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ANNUAL 



OF 



Alabama Baptist State 
Convention 

GREENVILLE, ALABAMA 




NEXT SESSION 

JASPER, ALABAMA 

JULY 24, 25, 26, 1912 



Place of Meeting and Officers, 1823 to 1911. 



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Place of Meetinc 



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Greensboro I Charles Crow 

Marion i Daniel P. Brown. 

Tuscaloosa 



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A. Ranaldsoa. 
A. Ranaldson. 



Greensboro 

Bethany, Conecuh County 

Marion . , 

Ccnaan Church. Jefferson County 

Near Canton, Wilcox County 

Salem Church, near Greensboro 



L. C. Davis... 
L. C. Davis... 



J. A, Butler. 



Lee Compere. 
J. Ryan 



Holcombe. 
Holcombe. 



Grant's Creek Church, near Tuscal'sa 

Salem Church, near Greensboro 

Oakmulgae Church, Parry County .. 
Kcl'.o vshir Church, Wilcox County... 

, Hnoa Church, Madisoa County 

•jrant's Creek Church, near Tuscal'sa 

Oakrnulgae CJiurch, Perry County 

i Saleai Chu.xh, Greene County 

I Talladefra ... 

; Montsoci3ry . . . 

j Marioa . 

Marion., 

Marioa... . . 

Marisn ! 

Greensboro ... 

Mnrior.. 

I Carlowville, Dallas County 

Marlon , 

Taskegee , 

Marion. . j 

Selma I 

Mtrion I 

Montgomery ._.., « . 

LiiFayotte 

Afarion, April ... ... 

Talladega, November 

Gaines\'ille_. . .__ . 

Marion . ...! 

Tuskegee | 

Marion.... I 

Selma 

Marion ..-,. .._.. 

Montgomery .. . I 

Marion .... .. . . j 

Selma 

Mobile . .. ... I 

Marion . , j 

Oxford . , 

Opelika . ' 

Montgomery... j 

Eufavda . j 

Tuscaloosa...- . i 

Marion . ...... i 

Hunts ville . ....: 

Montgomery . I 

Gadsden... ...... ...,...^...1 

Talladega __... , I 

Birmingham............. ..... I 

Greenville .. , ._._.^. \ 

Troy ! 

Huitsville . ... I 

Marion . .._.._....._... i 

Tuscaloosa- . I 

Tuskegee , ... . 

BirminEham ... I 

Union' Springs..^ | 

Talladega ' 

Selma.... ..._....; ...... ! 

Mobile.... .i 

Eufaula ... . i 

Anniston . . . | 

OreemiUe.. . ... ... I 

Marion..... ___..__. ..... . I 

Selma 1 

lluntsville . : | 

East Lake ... .1 

Opelika 

Gadsden.. _.._..._.__ .. 

Tuscaloosa . . : 

Browt<)n._ ....._.._...., .. 

New Decatur ..... 

Troy 

Anniston. ....... . .. 

vSheffield 

Talladega.. ............. 

Dothtn . 

Roanoke ... . ...... 

Montftoraery, Centennial Session 

Andalusia ......... ...... 

Albert ville , . 

Greenville . 



H. Holcombe 

Jesse Hartwell. 

H. Holcombe 

H. Holcombe 

H. Holcombe.. ^ 

Jesse Hartwell 

Jesse Hartwell 

Thomas Chilton 

Jesse Hartwell... 

Jesse Ha;-twell 

Jesse Hartwel I 

Jesse Hartwell 

Thomas Chilton 

Thomas Chilton 

Thomas Chilton 

Thomas Chilton 

Thomas Chilton.. 

W. P. Chilton 

H. Talbird 

H. Talbird 

H. Talbird 

H. Talbird 

A. G. McGraw 

A. G. McGraw.. 

A. G. McCrraw 

A. G. McGraw 

A. G. McGraw... 

H. Talbird 

H. Talbird 

J. L. M. Currj'..- 

J. L. M. Curry . 

W. H. Mcintosh 

J. L. M. Curry 

J. L. M. Curry 

J. L. M. Curry 

S. Henderson ... 

S. Henderson ..... 

S. Henderson... . 

S. Henderson. ... 

S. Henderson ... 

S. Henderson..... . 

Jonathan Haralson.... 
Jonathan Haralson.... 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson.... 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson.... 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson.... 

Jonathan Haralson .. 

Jonathan Haralson.... 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson 

Jonathan Haralson.... 
Jonathan Haralson.... 
Jonathan Haralson.... 

W. C. Cleveland 

W. C. Cleveland 

W. C. Cleveland 

W. C. Cleveland 

W. C. Cleveland 

W. C. Qevfiland 

W. C. Cleveland 

H. S. D. Mallory 

H, S. D. Mallory 

H. S. D. Mallory 

H. S. D. Mallory 

H. S. D. Mallory 

G, L. Comer 

G. L. Comer ....... 

N. D. Denson 

N. D. Denson . 

N. D. Denson 

N. D. Denson . 

N. D. Denson 

R. E. Pettus 

R. E. Pettus 



..J. 

A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
A. J. Holcombe. 
M. P. Jewett. 
M. P. Jewett. 
M. P. Je^yett. 
M. P. Jewett. 
M. P. Jewett. 
M. P. Jewett. 
Piatt Stout. 
Piatt Stout. 
T. F. Curtis. 
Piatt Stout. 
Piatt Stout. 
P. H. Lundy. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
I. T. Tichenor.. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. G. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
A. B. Goodhue. 
Charles Manly- 
R. F. Manly. 
Charles Manly. 
Charles Manly. 
R. F. Manly. 

A. B. Goodhue. 
J. J. D. Renfroe. 
F. H. Hawks. 

B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
A. B. Goodhue. 

A. B. Goodhue. 

B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
B. B. Davis. 
William A. Davis, 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
William A. Davis. 
M. M. Wood. 

M. M. Wood. 
M. M. Wood. 
M. M. Wood. 
M. M. Wood. 
M. M. Wood. 
M. M, Wood. 
M. M. Wood. 



ANNUAL 



OF THE 



Alabama Baptist State 
Convention 



CONTAINING 



Proceedings of the Ninetieth Session, List of 
Ordained Ministers and Statistical Tables 




HELD AT 



GREENVILLE, ALABAMA 

JULY 20, 21. 22. 1911 



1911: 
PRESS OF THE DISPATCH PRINTING CO- 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA. 



Committees to Report in 1 9 1 2 



On Foreign Missions. 

W. F. Yarborough, W. M. Blackwelder, J. H. Longcrier, J. J. Hagood, and 
J. W. Phillips. 

On Home Missions. 

R. S. Gavin, L. O. Dawson, A. P. Moore, J. R. Curry and J. R. Key ton. 

On Laymen's Movement. 

H. S. D. Mallory, C. S. Rabb, G. G. Miles, J. T. Ashcraft, Tom Garner, 
J. S. Carroll, G. G. Britton, T. W. Palmer and C. C. Ferrell. 

On Woman's Work. 

A. J. Dickinson, J. W. Willis, W. J. Elliott, J. G. Lowery and I. A. White. 

On Sunday Schools. 

H. L. Strickland, Preston Blake, J. H. Bush, H. R. Arnold and J. V. Brown. 

On B. Y. P. U. Work. 

J. A. French, J. L. Rosser, T. J. Wingfield, H. B Wood and T. W. Smiley- 

On Temperance. 

W. C. Crumpton. A. W. Tate, H. J. WiUingham, D. I. Purser and C. T. 
Culpepper. 

On Memorials. 

M. M. Wood, H. L. Martin, A. D. Glass, Richard Hall and H. O. Murfee. 

On Transportation. 

W. A. Davis, G. D. Motley, G. W. EUis, F. P. Nichols and J. G. Reynolds- 
Press Committee. 

C. W. Hare, Tom Garner, Jno. C. Williams, D. H. Marbury and B. Davy' 

Centennial Committee. 

C. A. Stakely, P. V. Bomar, Richard Hall, R. E. Pettus, W. B. Crumpton, 
C. W. O'Hara and M. M. Wood. 

On Co-operation. 

S. A. Cowan, L. L. Gwaltney, A. G. Moseley, J. L. Thompson and J. L- 
Rosser. 



Boards of the Convention 

State Hoard o( Missions. 

Those whose terms expire in I'.UJ: I'lt ston lilakc, IJ. I'. Greene, VV. H. Uav- 
iilson, L. O. Dawson, A. vS. Sinilli. Ricii.inl Hall and W. F. Yarl)orouKh. 
Terms expire in l<>l.?j I). C. Cooper, |. W. Minor, A. J. Dickinson 
Geo. W. lillis, J. H. IJIlis, S. A. Cowan, and L. Lassiter. Terms expire 
in 1914: John \V. Phillips W. ]. Elii.-tL, E. H. Jennings, U. S. D. 
Mallory,G. G. Miles, R. IC. IMtusand C\ A. Slakely. 
Educational Commission. 

Those whose terms expire in 1912: W. P. Yarlnirouj^h, C». G. Miles, J. C. 
Wrij^'ht, C. W. Ashcrafl and P. C. RatlifT. Terms expire in 1913: 

C. H. Davis, D. P. Bestor, Jr., Wm. C. Crumpton, Preston Blake and 
H. B. Foster. Terms expire in 1914: J. B. Ellis, Wm. A. Davis, H. S. 

D. Mallory, Ernest Lamar and L. (). l);iwson. 

Trustees Howard College. 
Tiiose whose terms expire in 1912: W. M. Hlackwelder, J. A. Freneh, E. V. 
Smith, W. A. Davis, C. S. Rahb, P. C. RatlifT, A. D. Smith, D. H. Mar- 
burv and S. W. Welch of Alumni Association. Terms expire in 1913: 
[. t. Ashcraft, G. D. Motlev, Ino. R. Keyton, J. B. Ellis, J. S. Carroll, 
j. G. Lowrey, W. P. McAclory, J. C. Maxwell an.l J. D. Heacoek 
of Alumni Association. Terms expire in 1914: A. W. Bell, R. E. Pettus, 
L. Lassiter, D. C. Cooper, J. C. Wright, J. W. Minor, S. S. Broadus, 
W. J. E. Cox, and H. J. Willingham of the Alumni .Association. 
Trustees of Howard College Endowment Fund. 
A. W. Bell, D C. CooDsr, W. A. Davis, J. B. Ellis and A. D. Smith. 

Trustees of Judson College. 
Those who.se terms expire in 1912: J. P. Haley, C. A. Wilkerson, W . A. Davis, 
and W. P. Welch. Terms expire in 1913: Earnest Lamar, B. F. Ellis, 
G. G. Miles, and A. J. Dickinson. Terms expire in 1914: J. F. Pope, 
J. V. Brown, J. A. Coleman and J. S. Carroll. Terms expire in 1915: 
C. W. Ashcarft, S. H. Woodfin, W. W. Campbell and T. T. Daughdrill. 
Trustees Alabama Central Female College. 
L. O. Dawson, Tom Garner, H. B. Foster, T- T. Beallc, B. H. Williams, J. G" 
Lowrev, W. \l. Blackwelder, H. N. Eddins, *H. J. Willingham, *J. B. 
Gibson, *J. D. Murphy, *J. B. Ellis and *S. S. Broadus. 
*.\ominated by Alabama Baptist State Conv^ention. 

Board of Ministerial Education. 
W W. Lee, Preston Blake, A. J. Dickinson, J. A. Hendricks, A. L. Smith, 
C. J. Bentley, N. A. Barrett, J. W. Beasley, M. K. Thornton, J. L. 
Thompson, W. M. Blackwelder and A. P. Montague. 
Trustees Newton Collegiate Institute. 
Those whose terms expire in 1912: R. L. Jones, H. L. Martin. J. R. Keyton, 
J. J. S. Willis. Terms expire in 1913: B. P. Poynor, J. S. Carroll, S. T. 
Jones and M. A. Smith. Terms expire in 1914: }. M. Head, O. P. 
Bentley S. M. C. Howell, and W. B. Crumpton. 

Trustees Healing Springs Industrial .\cademy. 
W. B. Crumpton, T. E. Tucker. R. J. .Millstead, J. E. McLemore, H. C. Causey, 
Joe D. Blount and J. B. Shoemaker, 

Trustees Orphan's Home. 
Those whose terms expire in 1913: M. C. Reynolds, W. B. Ivev and J. S. 
Carroll. Terms expire in 1915: H. T. Tile, H. G. Barcalay and J. A. 
Thompson. Terms expire in 1917: J. B. ElHs, C. S. Rabb, and W. C. 
Crumpton. 

Trustees Aged and Infirmed Ministers' Fund. 
Terms expire in (1912: H.B.Foster. D. H. Marbury, 1. Henry Johnston 
and J. W. Minor. In 1913: Ernest Lamar, W. T- E Cox, H. J. Wil- 
lingham and C. A. O'Neal. In 1914 : G. M. Morrow. G. W. Macon, 
W. H. McKleroy and W. W. Campbell. 

Directors of the Convention. 
The President, Vice-Presidents. Secretarv. and Treasurer, ex-officio, and 
W. B. Crumpton, G. W. Ellis, G. G'. Miles, H. S. D. Mallory. F. P. 
Nichols, H. J. WiUingham and A. S. Smith. 



Officers of the Convention. 



President. 

R. E. PETTUS Huntsville, Ala. 

Vice-Presidents. 

H. S. D. MALLORY Selma, Ala. 

W. W. CAMPBELL Tuskegee, Ala. 

Recording and Statistical Secretary. 

M. M. WOOD Furman, Ala. 

Treasurer. 

R. F. MANLY Birmingham, Ala. 

Auditor. 

S. P. FOWLKES : Birmingham, Ala. 

Preacher for 1912. 

PRESTON BLAKE, D. D Birmingham, Ala. 

P. L. MOSELEY (Alternate) Slocum, Ala. 

OTHER OFFICERS. 

State Board of Missions. 

GEO. W. ELLIS, President Montgomery, Ala. 

W. B. DAVIDSON, Secretary Montgomery, Ala 

W. B. CRUMPTON, Corresponding Secretary Montgomery, Ala 

Educational Commission. 

J. C. WRIGHT, President Roanoke, Ala. 

W. J. E. COX, Corresponding Secretary Birmingham, Ala. 

W. A. DAVIS, Treasurer . Anniston, Ala. 

Howard College. 

A. P. MONTAGUE, President Birmingham, (East Lake Sta.) Ala. 

JAMES B. ELLIS, President Board Trustees Selma, Ala. 

P. C. RATLIFF. Secretary Board Trustees Birmingham, Ala. 

Judson College. 

ROBT. G. PATRICK, President Marion, Ala. 

ERNEST LAMAR, President Board Trustees Orrville, Ala. 

T. T. DAUGHDRILLE, Secretary Board Trustees Marion, Ala. 

Baptist Collegiate Institute. 

A. W. TATE, Principal Newton, Ala. 

B. P. POYNER, President Board Trustees Newton, Ala. 

Healing Springs Institute. 

REV. W. A. DARDEN, Principal Healing Springs, Aal. 

W. B. CRUMPTON, President Board Trustees Montgomery, Ala. 

Orphan's Home, 

M. C. REYNOLDS, Chairman Trustees • Evergreen, Ala. 

Board Ministerial Education. 

W. M. BLACKWELDER, President Birmingham, (West End) Ala 

J. A. HENDRICKS, Treasurer Birmingham, (East Lake Sta.) Ala. 

Board Aged and Infirmed Ministers' Fund. 

H. B. FOSTER, President Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

R. F. MANLY, Treasurer Birmingham, Ala. 

MRS. ANNA TOWNSEND, Corresponding Secretary Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Proceedings of the Alabama Baptist 
State Convention. 

Ninetieth Session. 



Greenville, Ala., July 10, 11)11. 

1. The Alabama Baptist State Con\'ention met this day 
at 10 o'clock a. m., in the meeting house of the I3ai)tist church in 
Greenville, Alabama., in its nintieth session. 

2. W. M. Blackwelder read PhilHp])ians 3, stressing "Prayer 
the Athletticiam of the Soul," and R. S. Gavin led in prayer. 

3. R. E. Pettus, President, called the Convention to 
order, and delegates were enrolled as appears at the end of these 
proceedings. (See page 57). 

4. Election of officers. On motion of Richard Hall, the 
rules were suspended and R. E. Pettus was unanimously re-elected 
president by acclamation. 

On motion of W. J. E. Cox, H. S. D. Mallory was elected 
First Vice-President and W. W. Campbelle Second Vice-Pre.si 
dent. 

On motion of A. J. Dickinson, the President cast the vote of 
the Convention for M. M. Wood for Secretary of the Convention. 

5. R. S. Gavin presented to the Convention, in behalf 
of the First Baptist church, Huntsville, Alabama, of which he is, 
Pastor, a gavel, the head of which was made from the taproot of 
a walnut tree, which grew within a few feet of the meeting house of 
the Flint River Baptist Church, the first Baptist church organized 
on what is now Alabama soil, and the handle of which was made 
from a shittim wood tree, which grew in the vicinity of Huntsville, 
Alabama, which was gracefully accepted by the President. 

6. Richard Hall presented the report of the Programme 
Committee. On motion, the programme for the first day was 
adopted, and the Committee continued with special instruction 
for the remainder of the session. 

7. Representatives of various interests and visitors to the 
Convention were received as follows, viz: 

B. D. Gray, Corresponding Secretary' Home Mission Board, 
Southern Baptist Convention. 



6 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

W. H. Smith, Editorial Secretary, Foreign Mission Board, 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

W. J. McGlothHn, a Professor in the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. 

P. T. Hale, Financial Secretary of the Seminary. 

W. D. Upshaw, Editor of the Golden Rule. 

D. W. Sims, Secretary Alabama Sunday School Association. 
Brooks Lawrence, Superintendent Alabama Anti-Saloon 

League. 

8. New Pastors were introduced as follows, viz: 
C. E. Moreman — Goergiana. 

Clay L Hudson — Decatur. 
A. P. Moore — Huntsville. 
J. W. Phillips, D. D.— Mobile. 
T. O. Reese — -Birmingham. 

E. H. Jennings — Dothan, 
A. J. Johnson — Boaz. 

9. An address of welcome was delivered by L. L. Gwaltney 
on behalf of the church and city, to which suitable response was 
made by F. W. Barnett, on behalf of the Convention. 

10. The Annual Report of the State Board of Missions 
was called for and read by W. B. Crumpton, its Corresponding 
Secretary, which was referred to a Committee consisting of C. J. 
Bentley, J. L. Jackson, and P. L. Mosely, as follows, viz: (see 
Item 53). 

THE FORTIETH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STATE BOARD OF 

MISSIONS. 

In this, our fortieth report, we are able to make some comparisons which 
are most gratifying. We submit for publication with this report the receipts 
for Missions with the membership, so far as could be gathered, for each year 
of the forty-one of our history. 

The figures for each ten years are as follows: 

State Home Foreign Total 

From 1871 to 1880 I 17,354 $28,165 $14,516 $ 60,035 

From 1881 to 1890 87,672 26,567 38,686 152,925 

From 1891 to 1900 84,331 47,819 75,283 207,433 

From 1901 to 1910 151,165 122,194 217,261 490,620 

For the first year 00 00 5,482 1,720 7,172 

For the year 1911 29,196 32,222 37,708 99,126 

Totals for 41- years. -_$369,732 $256,967 $383,454 $1,001,039 

A study of these figures will show a steady increase in membership every 
year since the statistics have been kept with any degree of accuracy. The 
receipts for Missions were fluctuating until 1900, since which time, with only 
a few exceptions, they have increased each year. 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



While our growth in numbers and contributions is gratifying, our gifts 

are not commensurate with uur j^rowth in material resources. Mr. Edmonds, 
of tlie Manufacturers' Recunl, i^robably as line stutistican as our country 
knows, who is also a working member of a Baptist Church, said only a little 
while ago: "The South is increasing its wealth ullhij rate o{ seven million 
dollars a day, and twenty per cent of this wealth is coming into the hands of 
the Baptists." If this is so, what a mighty responsibility is coming upon the 
Baptists of Alabama, and all the South! 

The contributions for this year include $1(),(KK) to each of the three 
Mission Boards from the estate of Brother J. C. Bush. We should endeavor to 
make an advance that will more than make up for the .'SliO, ()()() bequests, so that 
there may be no falling back another year. The Committee on Co-operation 
in its suggestions, have gone upon this idea. If an all-pervading ambition 
could dominate the preachers and churches to do something heroic, we would 
fi.\ the figures at $I()U,U()U for Missions, as suggested by the Committee. 
$25,0l)U for Home Missions, which is the amount apportioned by the Southern 
Baptist Convention, and, $;3U()U additional for chapoJ building; $3(5, UUO for 
Foreign Missions, the amount apportioned, and .'54,000 additional on the debt, 
with $32,000 for State Missions. This would be something worthy of the great 
cause. We cannot afford to give one cent less than §32,000 for State Missions. 
This would be almost double what we have given in either of the two last years: 
but the demand is upon us and we will be recreant to the great trust committed 
to us, unless we undertake it. 

There are numbers of places along the railroads, to say nothing of the needs 
of the country, where the Baptists must take hold vigorously or lose the ground. 
Some of the points are in the midst of territor>^ which is all our own now, but, 
unfortunately our people, on the ground, are undeveloped and do not see the 
importance of seizing the situation. The ne.xt winter will witness such a flood 
of new settlers in the State as we have never seen before. Aggressive work 
only, will hold what we have, and meet the new demands coming upon us. 
Now, with the finest crop that ever grew out of the ground, giving promise of 
such a harvest as we have never known, we should attempt great things for 
God, since we are expecting great things from His bountiful hand. 

We began the year with a debt of $3,900. It has continued with us, it 
is now $5,275; a part of this, $2,090, is due the Bible and Colportage Fund, so 
that we owe outside parties, including the Missionaries, $3,184. 

It is distressing to have to report a debt every year. It can be avoided; 
either by decreasing appropriations, or by the churches increasing contribu- 
tions. The latter is the remedy we recommend to the Convention. 

In 1909, the financial system suggested by the Board was formally adopted 
by the Convention and recommended to the churches. It has been in use for 
two years. Only a few of the large churches use it. Most of the town and 
village churches and many in the country, work it successfully. 

It was to be expected that in the beginning, there would be a falling off 
in contributions because of the introduction of the new plan. That was true 
for the three Boards in 1910. But in 1911 we are in advance for all the Boards 
over 1910. There would have been a large advance, if the leading churches 
had earnestly taken hold of the plan from the start. 

Pastors had as well face the situation now: the prize, or high pressure, 
collection, has gone out never to return. That the pastors are conscious of this, 
is shown by their reluctance and, in many instances, by their flat refusal to make 
appeals to their churches. It is the sign of the dawning of sane Scriptual 
methods. But to give up the old and not introduce the new method means 
financial ruin to the churches and every denominational interest. 

Experience and observation confirm us in the opinion that we should 
adhere to our financial scheme. The envelope system used with the wall cards 



8 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

and every Memeber Book, if presisted in, will solve all the financial troubles 
from which our chtirches have been suffering. 

The Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn., has helped us generously in 
our work, giving $500 to the support of our State Superintendent, and $152.00 
worth of Bibles, which was another contribution to our Sunday School Depart- 
ment. 

The Home Board, besides a generous appropriation to our general work, 
made liberal provision to the expense of the office. Besides this, it takes care 
of four Mountain Schools, aids the Swedish Church in Baldwin County, and 
helps liberally on church building in Alabama. 

The Foreign Board provided generously its share of the expenses of 
prosecuting the campaign of Education in Alabama. 

We are spending much for postage, printing, and extra clerk hire, in the 
effort to reach our people by every agency possible. The Rural Mail Delivery 
is a great blessing, making it easier to reach more people in their homes; this 
we are doing by circular letters, tracts and books. 

Brother W. J. Ray, after several years of successful evangelistic work, 
resigned to take work in Texas. Brother Curtis S. Shugart is the only man we 
have employed now in the State work. He hasmet with gratifying success 
thus far. Brother A. A. Walker, a very efficient evangelist, we have employed 
in the Birmingham Association. 

The choice of H. L. Strickland, as State^Sunday School Superintendent, we 
regard as most fortunate. He is eminently fitted for the place. Having been 
a business man, he knows men and easily fits into the public life he has to lead 
and his long experience as Superintendent of a large, up-to-date, Sunday 
School, eminently fits him for the training work our teachers so much need. 
We append herewith his report. The Sunday School Department could be 
entirely supported by the Sunday Schools, if the pastors would keep it before 
the Superintendents and Teachers. This they should do, not only to support 
the work, but to train the pupils in the grace of giving. 

We have done little with the Colportage this year. Our fund is too small 
on which to operate successfully. The churches do well to make contributions 
to this cause in regular order. If the large churches would take hold of it and 
do as well, in proportion, as the small ones, we would soon have something in 
hand with which to work. 

We received from the estate of Brother J. C. Bush, a check for the $10,000 
to be used as endowment. The following action was taken by the Board: 

"First: — That for the present, the money be lent out, to be secured by 
first mortagage on real estate. That the interest be accumulated and held as 
part of the Endowment Fund, the last recommendation being made in view of 
a possible investment of the fund in a Home for the Board. 

"Second: — That the lending of said money and the management thereof , 
be placed in the hands of G. G. Miles, Geo. W. Ellis, L. Lasseter and W. B. 
Davidson, one of whom shall be made Treasurer to be named by the Board." 

G. G. Miles was made Treasurer. 

The Committee reports, that the money was loaned for a term of years 
on the best security, at eight per cent interest, the interest and $1,000 of the 
principal to be paid each year. 

Doubtless there are many persons who would remember their Lord in 
their wills, if they only knew how to frame the paper. We therefore, recom- 
mend a simple form to be printed on one page of the minutes, from year to 
year. We urge the pastors to call the attention of their people to it and en- 
courage them to make bequests to worthy objects. If we are "Only remembered 
by what we have done," how comfortable it must be to the dying to feel that they 
have projected their lives into the centuries to come, by leaving some of the 
means God has given into their keeping, for the benfit of His Kingdom. 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATIv CONVENTION. 



The Corresponding Secretary attended the great Baptist World's Alliance 
n Philadelphia. A movement was launched there, for the establishment of a 
Baptist Tlieological Seminary in Europe. Young men, called of God into the 
ministry, many of them from countries wliere the Baptists are cruelly per- 
secuted j:;reatly need such a school. The plan fallen upon, was for the English 
Baptists to furnish the site and tlie Baptists from other parts of the world to 
erect the building. One undred thousand dollars was the amount named. 
The effort is to raise this amount in three years. Our Secretary, very properly 
we think, pledged Alabama for one thousand dollars. It mi^ht be well for 
the Convention, in recognition of the great movement, to put its approval on 
the action of the Secretary. 

The Woman's Missionary Union have had a record breaking year. They 
raised $4, 093 for State Mission, a considerable advance over last year, and 
$18,000 for all purposes. They are pressing the work of organization all over 
the State. This is cause of thanksgiving for every interest fostered by the 
Convention, for through the Societies will flow a steady stream of information, 
enlightenment, and blessing into every section. We cannot praise too highly 
the modest, enthuiastic efforts of Miss Kathleen Mallory, the corresponding 
Secretary of the Union, and her assistant. Miss Mary Rhodes. Mrs. T. A. 
Hamilton, true and tried through years of service, has been dilligent in institute 
work all over the State. Mrs. D. M. Malone's services are invaluable during 
the Associational period. 

We are pained to chronicle the untimely death of one of our most con- 
secrated preachers and missionaries, H. R. Schramm. He was at the time of 
his ieath doing missionary service at Warrior, Cory and Mine 13. 

Brother George G. Miles, after twelve years of earnest service as President 
of the Board, surrendered the charge, much to the regret of every member of 
the Board. 

Miss Maud Mcrritt, the efficient stenographer and bookkeeper of the 
office, after nine years ofservice, becomes Mrs. C. W. Johnston, and retires 
from her position. She was watchful of every interest of the Board, keeping 
up with every detail of the office, and was an invaluable helper. She retires 
with the confidence and good wishes of ever\^ member of the Board. Miss 
Alpha Tucker of Montgomery takes her place. 

We continue aid in maintaining the Theological Department of the Selma 
University, colored. Brother S. T. Clanton, who has charge of that depart- 
ment has done a good work. He has the confidence both of white and colored 
brethren wl>o know him. He has given instruction to sixty-six preachers, 
some of them pastors, besides conducting a correspondence course for those 
who could not attend the school. 

The terms of the following brethren expire this year and their places are 
to be filled at this Session: W. J. E. Cox, W. J. Elliott, W. M. Anderson, H. 
M. Anderson, H. S. D. Mallory, G. G. Miles, R. E. Pettusand Chas, A. Stake- 
ley. Besides these, the place of S. H. Campbell, removed from the State, whose 
time expiresin 1912, needs to be filled. 

We submit with this a summary of the work done by the Missionaries and 
the Financial Statement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEO. W. ELLIS, President, 
W. B. CRUMPTON, Cor. Secy. 

Birmingham, Ala., July 1, 1911. 
Mr. G. W. Ellis, President State Board of Missions, Montgomery, Ala. : 
Dear Brother: 

I began work as Secretary of the Sunday School department of the State 
Board of Missions of Alabama, on January 15th, 1911, and beg leave to submit 
herewith report of my efforts as such from that date to July 1st 1911. 



10 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Days of service 166 

Miles traveled 4139 

Addresses made 135 

Sunday Schools organized 4 

Sunday Schools graded . 6 

Young Peoples Societies organized 2 

Baptist Rallies attended 5 

Sunday School Institutes held 5 

I have visited 19 Counties and made addresses in 21 churches. The 
brethren have received me cordially as representative of this most important 
depart:nent of our State Mission work, for which I am grateful. To Rev. W. 
B. Crumpton, our State Mission Secretary, under whose direction I work, and 
to the employes of his office I am indebted for many courtesies and for tireless 
efforts to render my efforts more effective. Many other brethren throughout 
the State have greatly assisted me. The Lord will repay. 

In my judgement our people are ready for a distinctive forward step in 
this department of the work. My plans and suggestions for this forward step 
I hope to present to our people in Convention assembled at Greenville. 
Respectfully submitted, 

HARRY L. STRICKLAND. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

State Missions. 

Receipts. 

Contributions to State Missions $ 19,196 58 

Bequest of J. C. Bush, Endowment Fund_ 10,000 00 

Received from Foreign Board on Secretary's salary. _ 600 00 

Received from Home Board on Secretary's salary _ „ 400 00 

Received from Sunday School Board on Sunday 

School Secretary's salary 652 03 

Received from Foreign Board on Office Expenses _ - 666 08 

Received from Home Board on Office Expenses 666 05 

Received from Home Board on General Work 2,000 00 $34,180 74 

Disbursements. 

Overdrawn, last report $ 1,750 76 

Secretary's salary, by Home Board 400 00 

Secretary's salary, by Foreign Board 600 00 

Secretary's salary, by State Board 1,233 30 

Office Expenses, including Rent, Supplies, Postage, 
Stationery and Printing, Telephone Telegrams, 

Extra Help, Etc 1,564 07 

Traveling Expenses: 

Corresponding Secretary, Sunday School Secre- 
tary, Agents, Members of Board, Woman 

Organizers and Evangelists 1,212 88 

Minutes of State Convention and Statistical Secre- 
tary 250 25 

Expenses of Co-operative Committee 58 68 

Interest on borrowed money 99 10 

Expenses of State W. M. U. Executive Committee. . . 995 00 

Church Building . 444 50 

Collection Calender and Envelopes 396 19 

Expense account Executive Committee, Baptist 

World Alliance 10 00 



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Paid Treasurer of Endowment Fund % 10,000 00 

Paid Missionaries, Evangelists, Teachers, Sunday 
School Secretary, Colporters, Woman Organ- 
izers, Office Secretary, etc 17,651 3*J $;iO,()()(» 12 

State Missions, overdrawn 2,4K5 '.iH 

Home Missions. 

Contributions, Home Missions.. .$ 1G,1()8 1)8 

Contributions, Miss Salter 12") 00 

Contributions, Mountain Schools 469 13 

Contributions, Indians ,301 50 

Contributions, Woman Missionary, Birmingham As- 
sociation 20 00 

Contributions, sent direct by churches 5,137 90 

Contributions, bequest of J. C. Bush sent direct 10,000 00 32,222 51 

By amount paid Home Mission Board 17,084 61 

By amount sent direct.. 15,137 90 $32,222 51 

Foreign Missions. 

Contributions — Foreign Missions $ 19,107 70 

Africa 299 01 

Japan ■.. 5 30 

Hospitals 507 34 

Native Worker 748 95 

Bible Woman 188 10 

Mrs. Adams 9 25 

Miss Hartwell 213 25 

BouldinFund 85 76 

Miss Kelly 261 15 

Kindergartens 44 11 

Education of Child in China 162 85 

Miss Miller . 9 30 

Japanese Schools 4 50 

Quin San Chapel 48 75 

China, Christmas Offering 1 ,809 57 

Orphans in India and China 10 00 

Sent direct by churches 4, 193 93 

Bequest of J. C. Bush, sent direct . 10,000 00 

S37,708 82 

By amount paid Foreign Mission Board $ 23,514 89 

By amount sent direct 14,193 93 $37,708 82 

Associational Missions. 

Contributions $ 422 90 

By amount returned to Associations 147 18 

Balance transferred to State Missions f 275 72 

Bible and Colportage Fund. 

Balance on hand, last report. -$ 2,139 33 

Contributions . 745 98 

Bookssold 942 98 

$ 3,828 29 



12 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

By amount paid for books and other expenses $ 1,737 62 

Balance on hand $ 2,090 67 

Value of Bibles and books donated 151 11 

Outstanding book accounts with colporters and 

others $ 411 25 

Amount due publishers for books 240 38 

Tract Fund. - 

Contributions $ 81 60 

Tracts sold 2 65 

$ 84 15 

Overdrawn, last report $ 243 55 

By amount paid for printing 207 50 $ 45105 

Transferred to Bible and Colportage Fund $ 366 90 

Encampment Fund. 

Contributions $ 270 85 

By amount paid 260 60 

Balance on hand $ 10 25 

Laymen's Movement. 

By amount paid for printing, postage, etc $ 101 55 

Amount due by Laymen's Committee $ 101 55 

Ministerial Education. 

Contributions $ 860 07 

Byamoimtpaid 860 07 

Orphanage. 

Contributions $ 1,972 24, 

By amount paid 1,972 24 

Aged and Infirm Ministers. 

Balance on hand, last report $ 605 74 

Contributions 1,563 10 

$ 2,168 84 

By ampount paid $ 2,168 84 

Schools and Colleges. 

Contributions, Newton Institute $ 5 00 

Contributions, Judson College 7 00 

Contributions, Central College 25 00 

Contributions, Howard College 594 81 

Contributions, Schools and Colleges 6 10 

Contributions, W. M. U. Training School 2 05 

Contributions, Girls' Dormitory Eldridge 6 74 646 70 

By amount paid $ 646 70 



ALABAMA UAl'l'lST S'lA'l'K CONVENTION. i;s 



Misct'llutn'ou.s, 

Contril)utii)ns, Bible Fund Sunday Sclioul Board $ 16 (J2 

Contributions, McCollum Home Fund . , 29 58 

Contributions, Cliin:i Famine Fund . 79 10 

Contributions, Huildlnjj; and Repairs . . 12 20 

Contributions, Old Ladies' Ht»me 4 25 

$141 15 

By amount paid 124 70 

Balance on hand - S 16 45 

Recapitulation. 

Contributions, State Missions $ 28,920 86 

Contributions, Home Missions 32,222 51 

Contributions, Foreign Missions 37,7()S S2 

Contributions, Associational Missions 422 9U 

Contributions, Bible and Colportage 745 98 

Contributions, Tract Fund 81 60 

Contributions, Schools and Colleges 646 70 

Contributions, Encampment _. 270 85 

Contributions, Ministerial Education 8(30 07 

Contributions, Orphanage 1,972 24 

Contributions, Aged and Infirm Ministers 1,563 10 

Contributions, Miscellaneous 141 15 



Total $105,456 78 

We hereby certify that we have examined the foregoing report of W. B. 
Crumpton, and find the same correct and all disbursements supported by 
proper vouchers. 

(Signed) GEO. W. ELLIS, 

J. HENRY BUSH, 
W. B. DAVIDSON. 

Committee. 
Montgomery, Ala., July 14, 1911. 

Summary of Work for the Year 1910-1911. 

Number employed — 

Secretary and Assistants - .. -.. 3 

Teachers 4 

Workers 107 

Total •- 114 

Days of service 14020 

Miles traveled 108266 

Sermons delivered 6714 

Addesses made 3171 

Religious services in homes 4820 

Churches constituted 15 

.Number persons baptized 998 

Baptized by others in connection with labors of Missionaries . . 754 

Received by letter 1602 

Restored 147 

Sunday Schools organized -. 78 



14 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Young People's Societies organized 93 

Ladies' Missionary Societies organized 69 

Number of regular preaching stations without churches 78 

Associations attended 64 

Baptist Rallies attended 162 

Subscribers to "Alabama Baptist" secured 266 

Subscribers to "Our Home Field" secured J 238 

Subscribers to "Foreign Mission Journal" secured 338 

Number of churches using Schedule... 157 

Meeting houses finished 10 

Tracts distributed, about 50000 

Prayer meetings organized 63 

Prayer Meetings held , 2001 

Number of books and Bibles donated 242 

Number books and Bibles sold 1079 

Money collected and expended for building and repairing meeting 

houses by the Missionaries on the field $12,360 11 

Money contributed by Sunday Schools 1 ,575 00 

Money contributed by Women's Societies 1,633 03 

Money collected for all benevolences by the Missionaries on the 

field 9,780 04 

11. The Report of the Educational Commission was read 
by J. C. Wright, as follows, viz (see Item 32). 

REPORT OF EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION. 

The Educational Commission was appointed by this Convention at its 
meeting in July, 191C. We had meeting after meeting in our efforts to organ- 
ize and start the work, but were unable to secure the services of a Secretary 
until Febuary, 1911, at which time we secured the services of Dr. W. J. E. 
Cox, who began work on the 15th of Febuary. since which time he has worked 
hard and faithfully, covering a great deal of territory and overcoming many 
obstacles. We believe now that the work is well under way, and that with the 
co-operation of the pastors which we must earnestly seek, success awaits the 
work. Our Treasurer's Report will show receipts of $8,035.11, with disburse- 
ments of $5,878.91, leaving a balance cash on hand, $2,156.20. We trust 
that this is encouraging to you, considering the fact that it represents only 
five months work, during the most unfavorable season of the year. 

Believing that this Convention should know just what the Baptists of 
the State have done altogether during the year for denominational education, 
we are submitting some facts obtained by our Secretary, in adition to what 
is shown in our Treasurer's Report. 

For the year ending June 30th 1911, Howard College has 
received, $ 3,197.40 

This does not include $2,290.80 received from interest on 
endowment fund. 

The Institute at Newton has received, 2,147.05 

Judson College has received, 11 ,496.35 

This includes a bequest of ten thousand dollars from Brother 
J. C. Bush. 

Received by the Treasurer of the endowment fund of Howard 
College, 22,551 .47 

This includes a bequest of ten thousand dollars from Brother 
J. C. Bush, but does not include $9,760.00 given by the General 
Education Board. 



ALA15AMA liAITIST STATIi: CONVENTION. 15 



Report by our Treasurer,.. . .$ 8,0,35.11 

Total .- $47,427.36 

We believe edueational work to be the foundation stone and m<j.st eaniest- 
ly request you to push the work with all vijjor, believing thereby that euuse 
of missions and all hianclies of llu- work will thereby be advanced. 

j. C. WRIGHT, President. 

William A. Davis, Treasurer, read hi.s re])ort a.s follows, 
viz: (sec item )^2) 

AL.4BAMA BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION. 

To the Alabama Baptist State Convention: 

I herewith submit my first Annual Report as Treasurer (jf the Alabama 
Baptist Educational Commission: 

Receipts. 

(iencral Fund $ 4,015 08 

Howard College 232 83 

Howard College Endowment Fund 102 50 

Judson College 1,070 35 

Newton Institute . 113 75 

Alabama Central Female College 1,!J00()() §8,035 11 

Disbursements. 

Howard College 170 00 

Howard College Endowment Fund 102 50 

Judson College 754 10 

Newton Institute 00 75 

Alabama Central Female College 3 ,000 00 

Secretary's Salary, Traveling and other Expenses .. 1,779 50 5,878 91 

Balance in Bank, July 15, 1911 2.150 20 

This balance on hand is apportioned, as follows: 

General Fund . -.$ 1,736 12 

Howard College 50 83 

Judson College 310 25 

Newton Institute 47 00 2,156 20 

Fraternally, 

WM. A. DAVIS, Treasurer. 

12. J. B. Ellis, its President, read the Report of the Board 
of Trustees of Howard Collef^e, as follows, viz (see Item 32). 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF HOWARD COLLEGE. 

To the Alalxima State Convention, 
Dear Brethren: 

On behalf of the Board of Trustees of Howard College, allow me to pre- 
sent the following report for the academic year 1910-1911. 

In attendance, the year was fairly prosperous, 170 students being enrolled. 
In work accomplished, the session was ver>' successful. 

Of the total number 57 were students for the ministry, who paid no 
tuition, twelve were sons of ministers, who paid half tuition charge. Thus 
there were 69 students who, except for the payment of certain very small 
fees, contributed nothing in money to the .support of the College. 



16 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



In other words about 40% of the student body were practically non 
paying. 

This fact, with the conditions existing at the last meeting of our Con- 
vention, when the creation of the Alabama Baptist Educational Commission 
made it inexpedient to appeal for financial help for Howard College, led to 
the incurring of some debt, small when we consider on the one hand the very 
large amount of free tuition which the College gives, and on the other the 
vast improvement in the teaching force, an improvement not excelled in any 
college in the South. You can not have the best for nothing, or next to 
nothing; ani the Baptists must have the best, as in doctrine, so in education. 

The contributions of our people will take care of this debt, and more- 
over the Board of Trustees passed an order at their last session on May 26th, 
that the President of the College with the co-operation of the faculty, should 
conduct the affairs of the College within the limitation of our income. We 
now have an interest bearing income from an endowment of approximately 
$80,000.00. 

Without impairing the efficiency of the work, the President of the College, 
acting under the instructions of the Board, has reduced the Faculty Bubget of 
the coming session by $1,600.00. 

It affords me pleasure to report that, maintaining the record of other 
years, the graduates of our College have in the very recent past, attained 
high positions in the leading universities of the East and South. — Harvard, 
Cornell, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Tulane and others, thus adding much to 
the reputation of the School; while the representative of our College at Oxford 
Universitj. , England, said by the Presidents of our State Colleges to be the 
best Alabama student ever sent there by the Cecil Rhoades Commission of 
this State. A recent number of the "Alabama Baptist" gives to Howard 
College the credit for his success in this oldest of English Universities. 

Our College, with the University of Alabama, has led in the establish- 
ment of the Alabama Association of Colleges and in the standardizing of 
colleges in this State. To this association is due the introduction in Alabama 
of what is known as the Carnegie System of Units, which is simply raising 
the standard of Southern Colleges to the rank of the Eastern and Northern 
institutions of learning. 

The President of our College has since the close of last session been closely 
occupied in canvassing for students, in furtherance of this work, in the estab- 
lishment, in various cities and towns of Howard College Clubs, the purpose of 
which is to induce young men to attend the college. Other members of the 
faculty will now take part in this canvass, and thus we hope to have next 
session, the largest enrollment in the history of the College. 

We earnestly invoke your support in the continued developement of 
our old and honored College. While we hope for the loyalty of our people, 
and in a sense have a right to expect it, we ask your patronage on the ground 
of merit, of thorough preparation, to give your sons the best in education. 
Respectfully submitted, • 

JAMES B. ELLIS, 
President Board of Trustees Howard College. 

In connection with this report WilHam A. Davis read his 
Report of the Howard College Endowment Fund as follows, 
viz (see Item 32). 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 17 



HOWARD COLLEGE ENDOWMENT FUND. 

Po the Alal);ima Baptist State ConvontiiJii: 

The Treasurer submits his sixth annual report, as follows: 

Receipts for Year. 

lialanco i>n hand, July 20, lOU) » l,r)5G 5ti 

Received from General Education Board- . '? U,7C() (MJ 

J. C. Bush Bequest 1(:,()()() (10 

Other Subscriptions.. VlXihX 47 

Interest Collected 3,7i;j y.'j .%,124 82 

Disbursements for Year. 

Interest transmitted to College Treasurer $ 3,08.5 (Jo 

Premuim on Treasurer's Bond 28 30 

New Laons, less repayments 33,017 77 3(3,731 12 

Leaving balance in Anniston City National Bank $ 950 26 

Recapitulation for Six Years. 

Net Receipts. 

General Educational Board $ 20,000 00 

J. C. Bush Bequest 10,000 00 

Other Subscribers .50,420 00 

Interest 10,476 42 90,890 42 

Net Disbursements: 

Interest paid to College Treasurer $ 10,368 12 

Premium on Treasurer's Bond 108 30 

Xet Loans, outstanding 79,467 74 89,946 16 

Leaving balance in Anniston City National Bank, July 15, 1911-$ 950 26 

The principal of the Endowment at this date amounts to $80,420.00 of 
which $79,409.74 is loaned at interest and the balance, .$950.26 is in Bank. 
If all of the subscriptions to the Endowment Fund had been paid the 
principal would now amount to more than $100,000.00. All of the subscrip- 
tions are now past due and some additional payments will dountless be made 
on these unpaid subscriptions. 

Fraternally, 

WM. A. DAVIS, Treasurer. 

13. The Report of the Trustees of Judson College was 
read as follows, by R. G. Patrick, President of the College, viz 
(see Item 32). 

REPORT OF JUDSON COLLEGE TRUSTEES. 

It gives us pleasure to report that Judson College has had in many respects 
one of the most satisfactory years in her history. The enrollment for the year 
was 240 students. Thirty-eight teachers and officers were employed, and the 
work of the session, considered from the standpoint of scholarship, and all the 
elements of strength, including the high attainments of the students in their 
classes, their beautiful deportment, and their zealous attention to religious 
duties, was the very best in the history of the school. The attendance fell 



18 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

short of the last year by thirty -four, but when it is remembered that the courses 
of study were raised to the "A" college basis, fourteen units being required for 
entrance to the Freshman Class, the attendance of students was far in advance 
of what was expected. Thirty-one diplomas were issued at the Commencement 
in May. 

Religious Life. 

The usual large contributions were made by the religious societies to 
missions and other objects fostered by our Convention. More than sixty 
diplomas were issued in the International and the Baptist Sunday School 
Board Teachers' Training Courses. This in connection with the splendid 
three year courses in Bible study offered as a part of the regular college course, 
under the instruction of Dr. Paul V. Bomar, has given the greatest satisf actio* 
It has been the purpose of the faculty and officers of the Institution to place 
the greatest emphasis on the religious work of Judson, and in every way to 
make it a strong Christian College. This work has been strengthened by the 
visits of a number of eminent Lecturers, prominent Pastors, Missionaries, and 
Missionary-workers, as well as representatives of the Home, Foreign, and State 
Mission Boards, and the Sunday School Board. All the great interests of the 
denomination, including the Missionary Training School, Woman's Missionary 
Union, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary have had representatives 
to present these various causes, and to add the inspiration of their personaHty 
to the efforts of the regular college forces. The work has been a benediction 
to the Institution as a whole, and individual lives have been blessed as is at- 
tested by the number of students baptized. 

Health. 

The fine health record of the past few years has been fully maintained- 
During these years there has not been a single case of serious illness in the 
college. 

Notable Additions and Improvements. 

Much attention has been given to the improvement of the buildings' 
grounds and equipments of the Institution, and we are pleased to report that 
everything is in better condition than heretofore. Among the improvements 
may be mentioned the painting of the buildings, inside and out, and the laying 
of splendid cement walks to all parts of the grounds. A notable addition was 
made in putting in a filter. 

In addition to the improvements made by the College, itself, we mention 
gratefully the great interest of the students in the up-building of the Institution, 
as manifested in the furnishing of the new Y. W. C. A. Hall, at a cost of about 
$250.00. The Glee Club also donated its entire profits for the year, amounting 
to $235.00 to the General Improvement Fund. The Alumnae Association 
has been at work and has raised more than $250.00, which has been added 
to The Lydia Hornbuckle Memorial Fund. It is their purpose to complete 
that fund this summer, that they may have in College the coming session some 
worthy young girl, who will do credit to the memory of this noble woman, 
who gave so many years of service to her Alma Mater. 

Bequests. 

The year was made memorable by two generous bequests. In the report 
of last year, an announcement was made of the gift of the late J. Curtis Bush 
of $10,000.00. During the year this amount has been paid into the Treasury 
of Judson, and has been invested in good securities, bearing eight per cent 
per annum. At the last meeting of the' Board of Trustees, it was decided that 
this fund should be known as 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. ly 

"The J. Curtis Bush Chair of English." 

It is proposed that this shall be the basis for an endowment for this great 
department, of the college. 

"The M. Farnham Donation." 

The late Judj^e G. R. Farnham, of Evergreen, Ala., left a bequest of 
.?.5.0()0.()l), which will be paid sometime during the present year, the interest of 
which is to be available for the education of indigent but worthy girls. Ac- 
cording to the terms of the bequest, it is to be known as the "\I. Farnham 
Donation," in memory of his wife who was a loyal and devoted Judson girl, 
a friend of the Institution throughout the years, and one whose life of beautiful 
service is appropriately commemorated by this gift. 

It is hoped that others will imitate the example set by these two noble 
christian men. 

It is highly gratifying to know that the hearts of our consecrated business 
men are turning to the great Institutions of our denomination, which have 
done so much for the furtherance of Christian education. 

Financial Condition. 

Throughout the years of the present administration, it has been unnec- 
sary for the Institution to call upon the denomination at large for help in 
meeting the current expenses of the school. A large part of the money ex- 
pended in the purchase of additional property, and the erection of new build- 
ings has been paid out of the income of the school. These additions were made 
necessary by the growth of the school, and by the general progress being made 
in educational institutions all over the South. The needs of our other insti- 
tutions being so great and their income proportionately small, it has been the 
policy of the Trustees to use all the resources within "their power to provide 
for the enlargement and mprovement of the Institution. These resources 
have proved inadequate to meet the growing demands, and in this way there 
has accumulated through the years a deficit. From a property valuation of 
$75,000, fifteen years ago, the assests of the Institution are now appraised 
at about $250,000. It is evident from the above showing that in spite of 
the deficit, splendid progress has been made in the increase of the assets of the 
Institution. 

Reports have been made from time to time, directing the attention of the 
Convention to the imperative need of giving the Judson the right of way in 
making an appeal to the whole denomination to provide for necessary buildings 
and equipments. However, it has not been deemed possible at any of the 
meetings of the convention to grant this request. 

The Institution needs and must have the support of the denomination 
very soon, or it will not be possible for it to make the advances necessary to 
maintain its leading position among the Institutions of the South. 

Attention is called to the fact that the terms of the following Trustees 
expire in 1911: C. W. Ashcraft, S. V. Woodfin, W. W. Campbell and T. T. 
Daughdrill, ani it will be necessary for the convention to fill these vacancies. 

ERNEST LAMAR. President 

14. The following resolution submitted by W. B. Crump- 
ton, President of the Trustees of the Healing Springs Industrial 
Acadamy, was referred to a committee consisting of J. D. Ander- 
son, G. W. McRae, J. H. Creighton, W. A. Darden, C. E. 
Moreman, W. W. Lee and J. R. Keyton, viz (see Item 46). 



20 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

HEALING SPRINGS INDUSTRIAL ACADEMY. 

The Trustees failing to have a meeting before the Convention, we now 
report: 

The session of 1910-1911 closed in May. We had something over sixty 
pupils enrolled. 

The property is now being repaired, and we will open the next session 
October 2nd. 

Rev. W. A. Darden has been secured as principal. 

We regard the out-look as hopeful. No more healthy country can be 
found than that about Healing Springs. 

As the lands, from which all the timber is now removed, is disposed of to 
white settlers, we will have a good patronage and hope to see the day when 
this school will take rank beside Newton and the very best of our secondary 
schools. 

W. B. CRUMPTON, President. 

Resolved, That a cemmittee be appointed to consider the advisability 
of the Educational Commission taking charge of the Baptist Collegiate Insti- 
tute at Newton, Ala. 

Also, to look into the condition of the Healing Springs Academy, and if it 
is deemed wise that important changes be made touching the future of the 
school, that the trustees be empowered to act. 

That the report of the trustees be furnished the Secretary of the Conven- 
tion, for publication in the minutes. 

15. The Report of the Trustees of Newton Collegiate 
Institute was read by A. W. Tate, as follows, and the report was 
referred to the Committee appointed to consider the report of 
the Healing Springs School. (See Items 14 and 46). 

REPORT OF THE NEWTON SCHOOL. 
Thirteenth Session. 

It gives me much pleasure to say that the past session of our school 
closed with a fair record, leaving no blots or blurs or misfortunes to mar its 
year's history The health of both students and teachers has been remarkably 
good during the whole year. The enrollment from the town and community 
was a little off, coinpared with last year's enrollment, owing to the fact that 
Newton has a good public school. We had eighty students from the town and 
community, two hundred eight boarding students during the regular session 
and, counting the new students in the suminer school as has been our custom, 
the total number enrolled is three hundred twenty. 

All departments were well attended during the entire year and the grade 
of work the best we have ever done. There were fourteen young preachers 
with us, one hundred fifty young teachers and those preparing to teach, 
large classes in music, voice, expression and a fairly good class in Sunday 
school and Bible work. There were fifteen in the graduating class, four young 
women, and eleven men, three of whom are promising young preachers. 

The session was marked by earnestness and good order on the part of 
the student body and by the success of our young teachers in passing the 
state examinations — facts which speak well for their training. 

We are facing a serious trouble about a building. The old one is past 
repair and must be replaced by a new one, or the splendid school which has 
been built up with great sacrifice, must be seriously crippled. We put our 
case before the Convention and the Educational Commission. We have 



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assets in the shape of good subscriptions amounting to $3,600.00. Wc need 
$1,250.00, but we are no{ allowed lo make a debt. 

Rov. S. O. Y. Ray, after faithfully serving the school as agent one and 
one-half years voluntarily retires with the prayers and good wishes of every 
member of the Board. We ask the Convention for instructi(jns as to the 
future. 

The new Auditorium, a handsome two story brick structure, though not 
quite (ini-shed, is now in use. It cost about .'SCoUO.OO and is furnisheil with 
elegant hard wood seats. We owe a little balance of about $500.00 on the 
Auditorium and need the money to pay it. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. P. I'OV.XliR, Pros. Hoard of Trustees. 

16. The Report of the Board of Aged and Itifirmed Minis- 
ters was read by H. B. Foster, as follows, viz (see Item 55): 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF AGED AND INFIRM MINISTERS FUND. 

At the meeting of our Board on July last, immediately after the Conven- 
tion adjourned, Mrs. Grace Hiden Wilkinson presented her resignation as 
Secretary, eflfective on the election of licr successor. It was found impossible 
to secure any one for this position until November 1910. 

Resignation. 

Mrs. Wilkinson for more than a year rendered a most unselfish, zealous 
and devoted service to this cause, planning and directing practically all of our 
work. Any success achieved has been chiefly due to her wise plans, and 
intelligent directions, and we desire to express our regret that she found it 
necessary to sever her connections with our board, and we desire to give 
assurance of our appreciation of her splendid work in this cause. May God 
bless her, and fully restore her to health and make her a blessing. 

We secured as Mrs. Wilkinson's successor, Mrs. Annie H. Townsend, 
who has done a most faithful and efficient work. 

Financial Statement. 

There was a balance on hand last report for general 

fund .._$ 2,331 15 

Collections during year 3,272 26 $ 5,603 41 

Total disbursements shown by Treasurer's report.. _$ 3,647 80 

Balance on hand . $ 1,955 61 

Endowment Fund. 

Mortgage Loans bearing 8% int $ 1,600 00 

Subscription notes bearing 6% int _. 540 00 

Cash balance in bank 155 47 $ 2,295 47 

The Board ordered an additional sum of $900.00 

carried from general fund to endowment fund 

which makes total endowment $ 900 00 $ 3.195 47 

This leaves a balance on hand for general support $ 1.056 01 

Deaths. 

Since our last report three of our old brethren have gone to their reward, 
viz: Rev. C. A. Owen, Cullman; Rev. W. C. Avant, Ansley; and Rev. L. M. 
Thomasson, Andalusia. 



22 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

We now have seventeen regular beneficiaries on our list receiving $10.00 
each per month, a total of $170.00 per month. The names of three others 
will be immediately added. 

Many others need our help but we are unable for lack of funds to give it. 

How long will our Laymen disregard their duty in this behalf We pay 
our preachers barely living salaries while they are able to work, we do not 
allow them to accumulate anything for old age or infirmity. It is our duty to 
care for them. 

We should increase the number of beneficiaries and the amount paid to 
each. The only way to do this is to provide more funds. This we earnestly 
appeal to our denomination to do. 

It will be necessary to elect successors to the following Trustees whose 
terms expire this year, viz: G. M. Morrow, G. W. Macon, W. H. McElroy, 
and W. W. Campbell. 

Respectfully submitted. 

HENRY B. FOSTER, 
President aged and Infirm Ministers Board. 

SECRETARY'S REPORT OF BOARD OF AGED AND INFIRM 
MINISTERS' RELIEF FUND. 

It is with pleasure that the Board of Aged and Infirm Ministers' Relief 
Fund presents its second annual report to the Alabama State Convention. 

With profound gratitude we acknowledge that God's blessing has rested 
on this work. As a greatful acknowledgement of faithful service, as an act 
of mercy and Christian kindness, this cause will make its own appeal to Chris- 
tian hearts and Christian conscience. 

Officers and Committees: President, H. B. Foster, Secretary, Mrs. 
Annie H. Townsend, Treasurer, R. F. Manly. 

Executive Committee: J. W. Minor, Geo. M. Morrow, T. H. Johnson. 

Finance Committee: D. H. Marbury, C. A. O'Neal, Ernest Lamar. 

Relief Committee: W. J. E. Cox, H. J. WiUingham, C. A. O'Neal. 

Auditing Committee: J. W. Minor, W. H. McKleroy, W. W. Campbell. 

Publishing Committee: G. W. Macon, W. J. E. Cox, H. J. WiUingham. 

It will be necessarv for the Convention to elect four new members to the 
Board, to take the place of G. M. Morrow, G. W. Macon, W. M. McKelroy 
and W. W. Campbell, whose terms expire this year (1911). 

Resume of Years Work. 

There has been a universal awakening to the importance of this great 
work as a result of the work of the Board fro Ministerial Relief, and it bids 
fair to be well taken care of in the future. 

This work has been presented through our Associational Secretaries and 
Moderators, to our Associations, where it has met with favorable considera- 
tion, and to the Church individually, through a personal letter to each pastor, 
church clerk, Sunday school Superintendent and to each President of the 
Woman's Missionary Sociaties of our State, also to individuals interested in 
the work. The Secretary has sent out since November last, at which time she 
took charge as Secretary to the Board, letters numbering in all 4,100, and 
from a large portion of the letters, we have had liberal responses. The Board 
has followed the schedule adopted by the Convention, and on the 20th of 
each month the churches, according to the collection calendar, are notified 
that they are expected to contribute to this fund during the next month. 

I would say that while there was an average of ten beneficiaries du?ing 
the last Convention year, we have now seventeen regular beneficiaries on our 
list who receive monthly $10.00 each, a total monthly expenditure of $170.00 
on beneficiaries alone. The Board has now on hand three other applications, 



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to be placed on the list as soon as the fund will justify. If all who deserve 
such recognition could he placed with these seventeen it would make a roll 
of honor the just pride of our denomination. 

•Not only do the olil ministers, broken ilown in the service of the Master 
need help, l)ut many of our ycnmjjcr men l)rcak down and are unable to take 
a much needed rest because they are not financially able to do so. We shfju.d 
take care of them. 

Women's Missionary Unions Have Advanced the Cause. 

The Woman's Board in .Montgomery set aside the month of May as a 
special month for giving amongst the women to this noble cause, and the 
Board of Aged and Infirm Ministers' Relief Work sent out personal letters 
to each president of the W. M. U. Societies of the State, making a special 
appeal to them in behalf of these who have borne their share of our denomina- 
tional work, and can now no longer sustain themselves, which met with marked 
success. 

Funds Inadequate to the Need. 

From the Treasurer's report you will note that we have fallen far behind 
the amount apportioned by the Convention for the annual current expenses 
of this Fund (from which our beneficiaries are paid). As a business proposi- 
tion it is the duty of our people to care for the old "Soldiers of Zion". One of 
the wisest acts of the Convention was the recommendation, that we make a 
worthy provision for these. Can we hope that our progress will be "onward" 
while we ignore this sacred obligation? We believe that all Baptists are in- 
debted to these, our Spiritual Fathers, and the obligation therefore rests on 
ALL, to contribute to their comfort, during their last years. 

In Memorian. 

Three of our former beneficiaries — Rev. C. A. Owen, Cullman; Rev" 
W. C. Avant, Ansley; and Rev. L. M. Thomasson, Andalusia have been called 
to their deserved rest. It is with saddened hearts that we think of the very 
short time that is given us in which to help these who have ministered to us 
for more than half a century. Swiftly these old Soldiers of the Cross are 
passing to their reward. We realize that our great loss is their eternal gain. 

Recommendations of the Board.. 

In closing this report, the Board begs that all of our churches will, this 
year contribute to this noble cause proportionate to their means, and ADE- 
QUATE TO THE NEED. We are sorry to note that so many of our churches 
failed to make any contribution at all to this cause. It is not because they do 
not wish to help in this work, but merely because they do not stop to think. 
We especially commend this FUND to the thoughts and prayers of every 
church and Sunday School in the Convention. 

Send all funds' for Ministerial Relief to our Treasurer, Capt. R. F. Manly, 
Birmingham, Ala., as it gives to us more accurate and prompt information as 
to the exact sources from which our contributions come, if sent direct to our 
Treasurer. 

Respectfullv. 

MRS. ANNIE TOWNSEND. Secretary. 

17. The Report of the Board of Trustees of the Alabama 
Central Female Collage was read by H. B. Foster, as follows, 
viz: 



24 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE CENTRAL COLLEGE. 

In making this first formal report to the Convention it would be well to 
repeat in part a leaflet containing some facts that are well known to some of our 
people, and that ought to be recorded in the Minutes of this convention. It 
is worth while to note in what follows that the buildings as they now stand were 
not all erected by the State. This leaflet written b> the President of the Board 
of Trustees is paragraphed by numbers as follows: 

1. The building occupied by the Central College was once the Capitol 
of Alabama, built at a cost of $180,000.00 and was afterwards given by the 
State to the University for educatioual purposes. 

2. The University found the distance (more than a mile) so great that the 
building could not be used to advantage and so abandoned it to decay. 

3. Later on several gentlemen proposed leasing it to carry on the work 
the University found itself unable to do. Glad to have the property cared for 
and to get the work done, the University leased it to these private parties for 
99 years, with the privilege of renewing the lease at the end of that time. The 
consideration to be paid was the free tuition of five girls annually. The special 
grade or size of the school was not stipulated. This was strictly a private 
transaction with which no Baptist body had anything to do. The lease was of 
great value to the lessees and they had the legal and moral right to use it for 
private gain, but with rare generosity they dedicated it to the public good. 
So far from deriving profit, they expended much time, care and money to 
present to Tuscaloosa and to Alabama a great institution. 

5. They secured a charter, raised $50,000.00 in cash, put the building in 
thorough repair, thus saving it from decay, erected the four-story dormitory 
in the rear of the Capitol, added necessary equipment and opened a high grade 
college for women. They secured these gifts from the people at large to found 
the college the charter describes and thus what was legally a private concern 
became morally a public institution. 

6. The Trustees of the College to whom its affairs were entrusted have 
never, do not now and can never receive any personal profit from the School. 
They give much of their time and no little of their money to maintain the great 
trust committeed to them without any sort of return. 

7. In operating the school the Trustees secure a first class Educator as 
President, require him to employ a high grade faculty , to put $500.00 a year 
in repairs on the buildings, and to give free tuition to five girls. He gets the 
entire income of the college, pays the faculty and is responsible for all bills. 
It will be seen that the college itself has no income beyond this $500.00 referred 
to and which is by contract spent on the buildings. It may be wise to change 
this method of conducting the school at the expiration of present contracts. 

8. Its founders in dedicating their school to the public service stipulated 
that two thirds of the Trustees should always be Baptists. This is fixrd by the 
charter. The Board of Trustees is self-perpetuating, but at the request 
of the college, the Alabama Baptist State Convention at the Andalusia 
meeting designated five men to serve on the Board, all of whom have been 
elected to the office. The relation between the Denomination and the College 
which was always close, was made by this act closer still. In view of these 
facts the Baptists of Alabama are giving the school their hearty co-operation. 

It only remains to be added that the appeal made last year at Albertville 
for help to put the Buildings in repair met a hearty response. The pledges 
made there, the money raised in Tuscaloosa and the very valuable sympathy 
and financial help of the Educational Commission resulted in $3,000.00 cash, 
which has all been put on and into the buildings. A limited amount of painting 
and plastering needs yet to be done, but it will require no great amount. 

The college has no debts of any kind and has been for a number of years 
easily self supporting so far as its current expenses are concerned. 



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It has a full, strong faculty whose work with the necessarily limited num- 
ber of the school is eminently satisfactory. 

Last year there were fifty-tive boar ling, and thirty-five day pupils in 
the college and the prcjspects for another year's patronage and work arc all 
that could be wished. 

Next session will be the fifty fourth. Our people can har Jly appreciate 
how little the school has cost them since our fathers spent the first $")(], OUO.OO 
to give it life. And just as little can they know the vast work it has done in 
this more than half century. 

Mr. Tom Tart, one of the Trustees named by this Convention has resigned. 
It will be necessary at this meeting to name a man whom the Trustees can 
elect to fill his place. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. O. DAWSON,, 
President Board of Trustees. 

18. The Report of the Board of Ministerial Education 
was read by W. M. Blackwelder, as follows, viz (see Item 31): 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

We are gratified to report that our Board is at the close of this year's work 
in better financial condition than for several years past. The young men 
assisted have been diligent in their studies and have shown themselves 
worthy of confidence and esteem. 

The number of students from Alabama attending the seminary last 
session was 18. Attending Howard College 56. Newton Institute 14. We 
assisted one at University of Alabama. Making a total of 89. 

Of this total, the number of beneficiaries of the Board was 47. The assis- 
tance rendered ranged in amounts from incidental fees to $150.00 

Each case of course being acted on according to its merits. 

Though the collections from the churches was larger this year than for 
some years previous, still the amount was inadequate to meet the needs of 
the Board. Several young men were forced to leave college for lack of assis- 
tance. Others wanted to come and would have come, if we could have ren- 
dered them aid. 

Most of these young men while persuing their studies at Howard College 
and the Seminar}- have been engaged in useful christian work. Some doing 
pastoral work,, others engaged in Stmday School and Mission work. 

It will be of interest to record that more than a dozen have volunteered 
for the Foreign Mission fields. Thus it will be seen that this is in the 
highest sense Mission work. 

We must lay emphasis upon the fact that adequate supply for the ministry 
includes not only quantity but quality. No one doubts the fact that many 
with but little preparation have rendered most valuable ser\'ices in the Lord's 
cause, but the few who have made a great sucess with but incompetent pre- 
paration serve only to show the value of complete training. 

There never has been a time, when there was such a demand for men 
thoroughly equipped for their work. It is no longer enough that a church have 
a pastor, but in order to be effective, he must be such as the church needs. 
The great increase in general education makes the decrease in the preparation 
of thoroughly educated men who are entering the ministry- a subject that 
should engage our most earnest attention. 

There is need that we lay upon the hearts of our young men that the 
thing best worth having in this world is service. That not in science, or law, or 
medicine, or in great achievements of the commercial world, can either the 



26 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

greatest good or the greatest happiness be found, but that it can be obtained 
only by those wilHng to give all they are to save a lost world. 

The Board urges the Churches to an increased and more liberal support 
to the cause of Ministerial Education. 

The Board desires to thank Prof. J. A. Hendricks of Howard College for 
the very eflficient service rendered in vbehalf of our work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. M. BLACKWELDER, Chairman of Board. 

J. A. Hendricks, Treasurer of Board of Ministerial Education. 

A Financial Statement, from July 14, 1910 to June 1, 1911. 

Receipts from all sources . $2,891 93 

Disbursements as follows: 

To Students at college directly $667 42 

" W. A. Berry, College Treasurer 800 00 

" B. P. Smith, Treasurer Seminary Students Fund, Check 498 83 
" B. P. Smith, Treasurer Seminary Students Fund, from 

Field - 604 50 

" Cash for Treasurer's visits to Churches 162 71 

" W. B. Crumpton, Minutes and Printing 57 85 

" Cash for Printing and Postage 14 25 

" Balance in Bank 86 37 

$2,891 93 

I have examined the voucher and papers submitted to me in connection 
with this report, and found same to be correct. 

S. P. FOWLKES, Auditor, 
Alabama Baptist State Convention. 
Respectfully submitted, 

B. P. POYNER, Pres. Board of Trustees. 

19. M. C. Reynolds read the Report of the Trustees of 
the Orphans Home as follows, viz (see Item 38) : 

EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF LOUISE 

SHORT BAPTIST WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' HOME OF 

ALABAMA. 

Covering the Conventional Year, July 1, 1910, to July 1, 1911. 

To the Baptist State Convention: Dear Brethren: — 

The eighteenth year of this institution has just closed and your board 
thinks substantial progress has been made. God's blessing has been upon the 
work. The health of the children has been reasonably good; not a death has 
occurred among them for several years, a record of which we are justly proud. 

Children in the Home. 

A year ago we reported 87 children; since then we have received 14 and 
sent out 11 leaving the number at this time 90. Of this number 47 are boys 
and 43 girls. The ages of the children are as follows: 



ALABAMA HAPTIS'I' STATI-: C(h\VENTION. 



2 to 5 years there are 5 

r> " 10 " " " 2-i 

U) " i:{ " " " ;i',i 

i;j " ir> " " " i.i 

15 " 10 " " " 10 

Total 90 

The number of admissions have not been so large as for the previous year 
but this is due no doubt to the more eareful investigation we are making of 
applieations. It is our earnest desire tTj receive all children that should be 
sent here, at the same time it is equally our duty to see that the Orjjhanage is 
not imposed upon. 

Wc still fmd a disposition on the part of some of our people to place their 
children here "because we are better prepared to educate and train them than 
they are," but of course no children are received for these reasons: only 
homeless, dependent children are admitted. If admission were upon any 
other basis it would be impossible to care for the large number of children 
that would be immediately dumped upon us. 

Religious Opportunties and Moral Training. 

The children attend churcli, usually morning and evening. A Sunday 
School is conducted in our chapel every Sunday afternoon. In addition to this, 
devotional exercises are conducted by one of the officers each morning. A 
boys prayer-meeting, organized the past year, has, been very helpful. 

Higher ideals are being placed before the children and our earnest, con- 
secrated workers of the past year have done much for us along this line. 
Fifteen children have been baptized and become members of the church 
since the last convention. 

School Advantages. 

A distinct advance has been made in this direction. Not only has the 
the work been well done in the school room, but much has been accomplished 
along the line of real industrial training. We feel now that both boys and 
girls are being better prepared to become useful members of society. While 
we are perhaps in advance of the most of our State orphanages in this work we 
are planning for further development along this line. This work has been 
specially interesting to visitors the past year who have greatly encouraged us 
by their commendation. 

An attractive reading room has been provided, reasonably well supplied 
with books. 

Repairs and Improvements. 

While not so much has been expended as last year, still the large buildings 
are constantly needing repairs. 

We have installed this year the laundry, bought additional machinery 
for the boy's industrial plant, a number of new sewing machines for the girl's 
sewing room. These and many minor repairs small as to cost yet aggregate a 
considerable sum. 

The question of new roofing for several of our largest buildings will have 
to be provided for in the near future. 

Receipts. 

To balance on hand per last report .$ 256 34 

July 484 46 

August 334 28 

September 928 94 



28 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



October $2,779 99 

November 2,196 68 

December 3,244 73 

January 1,981 50 

February 958 95 

March 532 85 

April 842 71 

May 901 69 

June 500 70 

Loan 1,500 00 

Net amount from rent Mrs. Woodson's property 327 64 $17,771 46 

Disbursements. 

On account general expense $8,167 29 

On account general expense 8,167 29 

Officers 4,401 82 

Teachers for 10 months school 850 00 

Teachers for Industrial work 353 00 

Physician, one year 300 00 

Financial Secretary, last 6 months 1910 600 00 

Improvements and Fixtures 1,174 64 

Insurance on buildings 307 00 

Interest paid 74 56 

Our part minutes State Convention 58 95 

Debt, see last report 1,213 83 

Balance on hand 270 37 17,77146 

Leaving note outstanding of 1,500 00 

Less amount on hand ^ 270 37 

Net indebtedness July 1, 1911 $1,229 63 

Of the money sent us the past year, the churches and individuals contri- 
buted $5,604 71. 

The Sunday Schools contributed $4,686 77 

The Associations contributed 2,798 67 

The Womens Societies contributed 2,597 33 

Statement as to Endowment Fund. 

We have received the sum of $10,000.00 from the estate of our late brother, 
Mr. J. C. Bush. This has been loaned out at 8 per cent on good security — 
the first installment of interest falling due January 1, 1912. 

Statement as to income from property of Mrs. Woodson. 

We have received in rentals, net $865 15 

Disbursements. 

Paid taxes $303 59 

Repairs, etc 233 92 $537 51 

Amount placed to credit of general fund, see statement 

above $327 64 

Death of Mrs. Woodson and Statement as to Her Property. 

Two years ago your Board, feeling that it was a duty that they owed her, 
brought Mrs. Marie Louise Woodson to the Orphange. Since that time she 



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has been under our (.arc. Bcin^ greatly afflicted, it has been necessary to 
keep a special trained nurse constantly with her. 

At the ripe a^c of S4 she passed away on May 20. 1!)1 1 . In order that 
the institution might bo in a measure reimburseil Mrs. Wood.son jjlaced us in 
possession of the ptojjcrty last July which she had deeded to the institution 
nearly twenty years ago (she reserving the rents during her lifetime.) The 
income from this property was veiy small on account of large repair bills 
(this property having come to us in very bad condition.) In addition, we 
had to pay the taxes and insurance. 

We have now a good prospect (jf an income of something like $1,200 
from this property for the coming year. 

Endowment Funds. 

Your attention is especially called to a financial statement made in this 
report in connection with this fund. 

It will be recalled that our late Ijrothcr. Mr. J. C. Bush of Mobile, Ala., 
left us the sum of $1U, ()()(). 00 in cash and Mrs. Marie Louise Woodson gave us 
some real estate situated in Sclma, Ala. In both cases it was clearly provided 
that only the income could be used. Up to this time we have had no return 
from either (the amount from Mrs. Woodson's property, $.'327.24, being insuf- 
ficient to reimburse us for her care the past year). 

It is proposed to use the income from this fund for the specific purpose of 
providing industrial training for the children, repairing the buildings and mak- 
ing necessary improvements. We trust this will be the fixed policy of this 
institution and that this fund will never be used to meet the ordinary expense 
of support and education, believing that this should come to us, as it has in the 
past, from the churches, Sunday Schools, Womens Societies and individuals. 

Financial Support. 

There has been a falling off on the part of the larger churches during the 
past year; at the same time there has been an increase on the part of our 
Sunday Schools, as well as a very great increase sent in by the Womens' So- 
cieties. The total amount sent us is $2,336.68, short of the receipts last year 
and in addition to this we have had the entire expense of clothing the children 
(this was formerly done by the Womens' vSocicties but at our suggestion they 
are now sending the money instead) naturally putting more work on our officers 
but the results have been very gratifying. 

A study of the table that gives receipts by the month indicates that our 
people are not following very closely the calendar plan that was adopted by the 
Convention. Our money comes largely in the fall and we could make a better 
financial showing if this report could be made at that time. 

The Orphanage no longer keeps a financial secretary in the field and we 
will, in the future, be even more dependent on the cooperation of our pastors, 
and Sunday School superintendents. The financial statement we are making 
at this time is necessarily longer than usual and we tntst that it will be given 
careful study. 

Our Needs. 

Your Board has always believed that if the Orphanage work was wel' 
done that the Baptist of our State would gladly furnish the means for its sup- 
port; still relying on this we face the new 3'ear with the desire to do better and 
more satisfactory work in the past profiting, as we should, by our experience. 

Let it be understood that "Progress" is our watch-word. In addition to 
the improvements mentioned elsewhere in this report, we would be greatly 
pleased to have an artesian well. This matter was placed before our good 
women at their annual meeting held at Evergreen, last November and it seemed 



30 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

to meet with their hearty approval. If some of our people could appreciate just 
what this improvement really would mean to us the money would be quickly 
forth coming. 

Come to See Us. 

We are always glad to have our brethren and sisters look over this work. 

It is not perfect but by your prayers, money and good advice we can still greatly 

improve it. 

Come to see us, it is your work and you should know whether or not it is 

being well done. 

Praying God's richest blessings upon this convention and the work planned 

for another year, this report is 

Respectfully submitted. 

Board Trustees Louise Short Baptist Widows' and Orphans' Home of Ala- 
bama. 

M. C. REYNOLDS, President Board. 

20. The Statistical Secretary read his Report for the year, 
as follows, viz: 

REPORT OF STATISTICAL SECRETARY. 

1 succeeded in obtaining a copy of the minutes for 1910, of all the Asso- 
ciations except the Central Liberty. 

From these minutes there has been prepared seventy-six tables of mem- 
bership and contributions, and seventy-three Sunday School tables, in the 
preparation of which the Secretary received valuable aidfrom Mr. A. S. Barnes, 
Mobile, Ala. Statistical secretary of the Alabama Sunday School Association. 

The following summary of statistics, is below the facts. 

I. Vital Statistics. 

Number of District Associations 77 

Number of Churches 2,014 

Number of Members 185,728 

Number of Ordained Ministers 1,575 

Number of Baptisms 1 9,915 

Number of Sunday Schools 1,533 

Number of Officers and Teachers 13,312 

Number Enrolled 1 102,738 

II. Financial Statistics. 

911 Churches for State Missions $20,000 30 

1,050 Churches for Home Missions 19,288 67 

1,024 Churches for Foreign Missions 24,151 75 

Other Missions 5,142 92 

$68,583 64 

502 Churches for Education $13,216 36 

1,139 Churches for Orphans' Home 16,597 35 

444 Churches for Aged Ministers 3,084 15 

Other Benevolence 6,925 02 



$39,822 88 



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443 Churhes for new Property and Repairs $253,451 32 

l.()l 1 Churdu's for Ollur Home- Rxpi-nsts 327,593 55 



$581,044 87 

Tolal ruisc'ii for all purposes. . . _ $(iS!>,451 39 

Value of Church property 2,H77,(K)() 00 

in. Kxpensos of the OHlcc for Ihe Y«'ar. 

PostaRC . .•& ') 4H 

Express '.i 05 

Stationery - -.- 5 40 

950 Statistical Blanks 28 50 

Alabama Table and Summary by Dr. Burrows _ 9 .50 

Extra help ' 2 00 



Total $b:i S8 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. M. WOOD, Statistical Secretary. 

21. The time havinj^ arrived, the Annual Sermon was 
preached by J. D. Gwaltney of New Decatur, the appointee 

text, PhilHppians '5:1. '5, 14; subject, "The Unrest of Faith". 

# 

22. On motion by L. L. Gwaltney, W. J. McGlothlin, 
of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, spoke in the 
interest of that institution with special reference to the Students 
Fund, and subscriptions ware made to the fund amounting to 
$1050.00. 

23. After announcements the Convention adjourned to 
2:30 p. m. 

First Day — Afternoon Session. 

24. After singing, prayer and reading the scriptures, 
the President announced committees as follows, viz: 

(a) Committee on Time, Place and Preacher, G. L. Comer, 
W. M. Murray, M. K. Thornton, S. S. Broadus and D. C. Cooper, 
(see Item .34). 

(b) Committee on Nominations, W. C. Bledsoe, J. L. Thomp- 
son, P. V. Bomar, J. F. Averytt and T. W. Palmer, (see Item 39). 

25. The i nterests of State Missions under the subject 
"Alabama by Districts", W. B. Crumpton, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, presiding, were spoken to as follows, viz: 

Choctow, Clark and Washington — W. A. Darden. 
Lamar, Fayette, Marion and Winston — J. T. Johnson, J. M. 
McCord. 

Jackson, Marshall and DeKalb — A. J. Johnson. 

Monroe and Wilcox — E. B. Fan-ar. 

Cullman and Blount — D. D. Head, M. L. Harris. 



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Escumbia, Conecuh and Covington — S. P. Lindsey, W. M. 
Murray, J. J. Hagood, 

Butler, Crenshaw — J. R. Griffith. 

Franklin, Colbert, Lawrence and Lauderdale — J. W. Part- 
ridge. 

Coffee, Dale and Geneva — P. L. Mosely, 

Jefferson and Walker — J. H. Longcrier, A. D. Glass. 

Henry and Houston — J. R. Key ton 

Tuscaloosa and Pickins — A. T. Camp, J. F. Brock. 

Montgomery, Autauga, Dallas and Lowndes^ — J. H. Bush, 
E. T. Smith, J. G. Dobbins, J. R. G. White. 

Pike, Barber and Bullock — J. L. Thompson. 

Perry, Bibb and Hale — Jno. F. Averytt. 

Macon, Russel and Lee — W. W. Campbell, J. L. Jackson. 

East Liberty Association — W. C. Bledsoe. 

Mobile and Baldwin — J. D. Anderson, J. R. Newell. 

Elmore, Chilton and Coosa — C. H. German. 

Talladega, Clay, Calhoun and Cleburne— Jno. C. Williams, 
J. Allen Smith, and a closing address by W. B. Crumpton. 

« 

26. After announcements the Convention adjourned to 8 
o'clock p. m. 

First Day — Evening Session. 

27. The Convention reassembled at 8 o'clock p. m. 
and, after singing, reading the scriptures and prayer, with First 
Vice-President H. S. D. Mallory in the chair, the Report on 
Home Missions was called for and read by W. F. Yarborough, 
Chairman of the Committee, as follows, viz: 

REPORT ON HOME MISSIONS. 

Our Lord's program for world-wide evangelization contemplates Home 
Missions as a vital and fundamental factor in the execution of the task. This 
means that the home land is to be regarded as a force for missionary activity 
rather than as a goal of Missionary achievement. •From this view point 
there is great significance in the statement of Dr. Harper, some years before 
his death that, "America is the world's greatest mission field, because of what 
it is and what it is to be." Providence plainly points to this land of ours as 
one of the mightiest agencies of the kingdom for the execution of the great 
commission. At the same time no prophet's vision is needed to show that the 
South must play an increasingly important part in America's mission as a 
world power. Our predominantly Anglo-Saxon civilization, our rapidly in- 
creasing material prosperity, our revival in political influence, and our loyalty 
to the principles of New Testament Christianity, all point to a new day in 
Southern leadership. The contest is on in the South between the forces that 
shall make or mar our civilization. The question is not yet settled whether 
God or mammon shall rule in the new order of things. If our people forget 
God, becoming base, sordid and godless, to what quarter shall our nation look 
for redemption, and if America fails where is the hope of the world's salvation 



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Our Home Board with a profound sense of its responsibility has set itself 

to the task with heroic endeavor. It is seeking to meet the demand for a 
practical dcinonslralion of the saving power of the gospel in the home land by 
applymg iLsclf to the task in hand. As the exponent of api)lied Christianity 
it msists that the gospel is the only solution for the vexed problems which 
confront us. It realizes that the cfiiciency of our foreign mission propaganda 
depends in a large measure upon the type of Christianity we ourselves produce. 
At the .same time it stands for world-wide missions and the fullest co-operation 
with every form of missionary activity fostered by our denomination. It is 
the unfaltering friend of all our mi.ssion Boards, and every true friend of mis- 
sions must rejoice at the new era of prosperity that has come to the Board 
under the leadership of our statesman-secretary. Of course we realize that 
this prosperity would be impossible but for the faithful and untiring labors 
of others who stood nobly by the work in the day of small things. The lament- 
ed Tichenor, seer and statesman as he was, saw this day and was glad, though 
its light was just breaking as he left us. A comparative summar>' of the lead- 
mg Items of work reported in 1902, the year of his death and 1911, a period 
of nine years may be of interest: 

1902 1911 

Number of workers 674 1,302 

Weeks of labor 20,450 SeisTS 

Churches and stations 1,757 li, 381 

Sermons and addresses 75,041 l(Jo!532 

Baptisms 8,150 2o!866 

Total additions to churches 17,201 49,297 

Truly the Lord hath done great things for us whereof we are glad, but 
we feel that we are just on the threshold of still larger things. The great and 
growing West, the menance of the city problem, the peril of the incoming 
millions, the evangelization of the Negro, the appeal of hundreds of homeless 
churches, the unlimited possibilities of our mountain school work, all chal- 
lenge our patriotism and our religion. The home mission task is assuming 
proportions that commend it as one of the highest forms of patriotism in which 
our people can engage. At the same time we can not neglect it with out 
being disloyal to the Captain of our salvation. The Home Board is easily 
one of the mightiest forces in the hands of Southern Baptists for the bringing 
in of the Kingdom. 

Your committee would note with commendation the attitude of our 
Home Board and its representatives toward the complicated situation in 
New Mexico. True, the problem had a much larger significance than a mere 
home mission question, but, it was from the nature of the case, a question 
with which our Home Board had to deal, and, we feel assured that the Chris- 
tian courtesy and loyalty to principle which characterized our represent- 
atives have contributed in a large measure to the prospective happy solu- 
tion of the problem. 

The Board in its last report at Jacksonville called attention to the per- 
manence and thoroughness which now characterizes our home mission work. 
This is certainly gratifying, but possibly the item of greatest interest was the 
adsence of a debt when debt seemed inevitable. This was due not to the fact 
that our people gave what they were asked to give, but to the fact that the 
Board began to retrench when it saw the tendency to fall back on the part 
of the givers. vSuch retrenchment is not always possible and in this case 
leaves the Board at the beginning of the new fiscal year, almost 
in the condition of hav'ing a debt, since paj'ments must be made on ap- 
propriations, the conditions of which, have just been met together with other 
deferred payments which are now falling due. While there was a slight in- 
crease in total receipts over the preceding year, eight states showed a de- 



34 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

crease of $24,219.00. There was an actual decrease in contributions if we 
eliminate special bequests. The largest of these was from the estate of our 
own lamented J. C. Bush, which if deducted from the amount credited to 
Alabama leaves a very slight increase over the preceding year. The total 
receipts of the Board for last year were $333,534.43 of which Alabama is 
credited with $30,496.37. 

The apportionment for another year was placed at the same figures as 
that of the preceding year, a total of $400,000.00 with $25,000.00 for Alabama. 
In accepting this apportionment we should remember that we have no be- 
quest of $10,00.00 with which to begin the year. Surely Alabama Baptists 
will not lag behind sister states of less wealth and fewer Baptists. The 
problem with us is one of enlightenment and enlistment. We have the re- 
sources with which to meet the situation. It is simply a question of Christian 
loyalty. 

Recommendations. 

1. That we accept our apportionemtn of $25,000.00 and pledge our 
earnest efforts to raise it. 

2. That our associational vice-presidents for the Home Board, be earnest" 
ly requested to begin immediately a campaign to reach every church in every 
association for an offering for Home Missions during the next year, 

3. That our churches replace the unbusiness-like and unscriptural 
practice of waiting till the close of the Convention year to make their offerings 
to missions with the State Board's calendar plan or some other system of 
regular systematic giving. 

4. We are gratified to know that the Committee on apportionment 
provided for the apportionment of the amount to be raised among the associa- 
tions. We suggest that the associations in turn, apportion the amount among 
the churches. 

5. That our pastors be urged to present the cause of Home Missions 
from their pu pits, through the tracts of the Home Board, through circulating 
the Home Field among their membership, and by reading the new book to be 
issued from the Board on "The Home Mission Task." 

W. F. YARBOROUGH, 
GEO. C. WILLIAMS, 
D. C. COOPER, 
F. P. NICHOLS. 

The interests of Home Missions were spoken to by Richard 
Hall, Vice-President of the Board for Alabama, H. C. Dunn, 
Principal of Beeson Academy, Pisgah, Alabama, and B. D. Gray, 
Corresponding Secretary of the Home Mission Board, and the 
report was adopted. 

28. The Committee on Programme reported for Thursday, 
which was adopted and after announcements the Convention 
adjounred to 9 o'clock a. m., Thursday. 

Second Day — Morning Session. 

29. The Convention re-assembled at 9 o'clock a. m. in 
its second day's session, and was led in prayer by A. T. Camp, 
Northport, President R. E. Pettus in the chair. 



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30. Under the head of Miscellaneous Btteiness, A. G. 

Mosely made announcements concerning' a Baptist I'>ncamjjment 
to be held at Shoeeo Spring's near Talladega, Alabama, August 
21 to 28. 

31. The Report on Ministerial Education was called up 
(see Item IS) and the Convention was addressed in that interest by 
W. W. Lee, and P. T. Hale, Lecturer on Evangelism, and Finan- 
cial Secretary of the vSouthem Baptist Theological Seminary, 
and the Report was adopted together with the following resolutions 
offered by H. S. D. Mollory, viz: 

"Appreciating the debt which we owe to the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary, and realizing the importance of that 
great Institution to all our progress, we earnestly hojjc that our 
churches will promptly complete the apportionment of our State 
toward the Endowment." 

32. At 10 o'clock a. m. W. M. Blackwelder conducted a 
devotional service for fifteen minutes, after which the rej^orts of 
the Educational Commission (see items 11 to 13), Howard Col- 
lege, Jusdon College, Alabama Central Female College and the 
Convention was addressed in the interest of these schools, W. J. E. 
Cox presiding, as follows, viz: 

W. A. Davis, Treasurer of the Howard College EndowTnent 
Fund, R. S. Gavin, John W. PhilHps, A. P. Montague, President 
of Howard College, R. G. Patrick, President of Judson College, 
B. F. Giles, President of the Alabama Central College, J. H. Barber, 
A. W. Tate, Principal of Newton Collegiate Institute, W. B. 
Crumpton, President of the Trustees of Healing Springs Academy, 
J. C. Wright, President of the Educational Commission, and W. J. 
E. Cox, Superintendant of the Commission, and subscriptions to 
the Educational Fund to the amount of .$5,000.00 were made and 
the reports were adopted, and the Convention adjourned to 
2:30 o'clock p. m. 

Second Day — Afternoon Session. 

33. The Convention re-assembled at 2:30 o'clock p. m. 
and was called to order by the President and J. G. Lowrey led in 
prayer. 

34. Miscellaneous Business was called, and the Committee 
on Time, Place and Preacher reported through its Chairman, G. 
L. Comer, as follows, viz: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON TIME, PLACE AND PREACHER. 

Your Committee would respectfully recommend that the next Session of 
this Convention be held in Jasper, on Wednesday after the Third Sunday in 
July, 191?. 



36 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

To preach the Convention Sermon: 
Dr. Preston Blake. Alternate, P. L. Mosely. 

That the following brethren be the Committee on programme: J. H. 
Longcrier, W. W. Lee, W. B. Crumpton, W. M. Anderson, D. W. Morgan. 

The vote was taken, first on the place of meeting. Motions 
were made to amend: by 0. P. Bently by inserting Enterprise 
instead of Jasper, and by J. A. French by inserting Eufaula. 
After discussion by J. H. Longcrier, O. P. Bently, J. A. French and 
G. L. Comer, Jasper was selected as the place. 

The vote was next taken on the time of meeting. E. B. 
Farrer moved to insert November instead of July. After dis- 
cussion by E. B. Farrer, F. P. Nichols, S. S. Broadus, C. S. Rabb, 
J. B. Ellis, J. J. Hagood, J. M. McCord, W. J. E. Cox, Preston 
Blake, J. C. Wright, T. W. Palmer, C. A. Slakely, G. L. Comer, 
the action of the committee was sustained, and the report was 
unanimously adopted as a whole. 

35. A telegram from G. G. Miles, a former President of 
the State Board of Missions was read and the Secretary instruct- 
ed to reply on his return from Colorado. 

36. Vice-President W. W. Campbell in the chair, the 
Report on B. Y. P. U. was read by Jesse A. Cook, and after ad- 
dresses by T. J. Wingfield, J. E. Robinson, W. B. Crumpton and 
A. D. Glass, the Report was adopted as follows, viz: 

B. Y. P. U. REPORT. 

"The future of Baptist churches will be marked by strength or weakness 
in proportion to their faithfulness towards those who are today in their 
hands for training." The B. Y. P. U. is the logical training school for our 
young people. "And it is developing within itself and working out on it's own 
lines, in a way full of encouragement and really commanding in what is being 
done." 

The eighteenth annual convention held in Prattville, April 11-13, was 
marked by a high tide of enthusiasm, and our State work was given great 
impetus. We are glad to announce that Mr. Harry L. Strickland, our efhcient 
Sunday School Secretary, will devote a part of his time to the B. Y. P. U. work. 
We be-speak for him great success. 

B. Y. P. U. day at the State encampment last summer was a signal success 
and was far reaching in stimulating the interest of our young people, and 
causing the older members of the denomination to appreciate more than ever 
the work being done. 

in C^e would recommend that the pastors over the State give the work their 
wise and sympathetic cooperation, so that our young people may turn their 
enthusiasm into the greatest channels of usefulness. 

That our churches and associations give a larger place in their work to the 
life of this movement, and that the older members of the churches enter sym- 
pathetically and aggressively into the work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JESSE A. COOK, Chairman. 



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37. The Report on Woman's Work was read by J. H. 

Barber and after addresses in this interest V)y H. S. D. Mallf)ry, 
A. S. Smith, C. W. Hare, R. E. Pettus, W. B. Crumpton, the 
report was adopted as follows, viz: 

REPORT ON WOMAN'S WORK. 

In heginniriK this report it is wfll to make mention of the gratitude the 
leaders of \Vt)man's Worlc in Alabama have for those pastors \vh(j are seeking 
to inspire the women of their ehurehes to greater Christian activity; and of 
the gratitude they have for the cooperation on the part <ii M(j(ierators of Asso- 
ciations in arranging for annual women's associational meetings, and for the 
cooperation of the Alabama Baptist. 

The financial report of Woman's Work is not the most important, prob- 
ably, but certainly it is the most prominent in as much as actual results can be 
tabulated. And then it should not be forgotten that the giving of money is a 
fairly good test of one's devotion to a cause. 

From July 1st, 1910 to July 1st, 1911, the women of Alabama sent to the 
State headquarters .$18,910.78, of which S4,095.26 was for State Missions. 

Taking as a basis the year ending April 30th, 1911, it is found that the 
women contributed to the Woman's Nlissionary Union, Auxiliary to Southern 
Baptist Convention .$239,753.45, which went for Home and Foreign 
Missions, Sunday School Board, Margaret Home, and Training School in 
Loiiisville. Of the above amount Alabama contributed .$14,401.08, thus stand- 
ing eighth among eighteen states. The young women contributed $21,045.51, 
of which $1,. 324. 81 was contributed by the young women of Alabama, thus 
standing seventh among fifteen states that contirbuted. 

The Sunbeams contributed $15,670.03, of which $672.50 was contributed 
by the Sunbeams of Alabama, thus standing ninth among sixteen states that 
contributed. 

The Royal Ambassadors (composed of boys) made offerings that amounted 
to $1, 099.20" of which the Royal Ambassadors of Alabama gave $41.35, thus 
standing sixth among ten states. 

To emphasize more emphatically the great work being done by those who 
are actively interested, it should be pointed out just here that the number of 
churches, in Alabama without Missionary Societies is 1538, there being in all, 
over 552 societies. In other words three-fourths of the Baptist women of Ala- 
bama have had no part in the splendid showing made above, which means that 
one-fourth of the Baptist women in Alabama have done the work. 

This condition of things constitutes a call to the pastors of Alabama to 
take a more active hand in developing the women of their churches. 

The leaders of the Woman's Work are not discouraged, but very hopeful. 
Word comes from them that the gifts are more regular, more proportionate 
and more cheerfully made than at any other time. The women of the stronger 
associations arc not any more holding their meetings w-hen the men do, or at 
the same places. The reasons for this are obvious, and more and more this 
should become a practice. 

One phase of Women's Work is of such importance as to merit especial 
mention, namely, that done in the Woman's Training School in Louisville. 
This Institution has just closed its fourth, and most successful year's work. 
The various states had contributed, up to April 30th, 1911, $8,698.18, of which 
Alabama contributed .$570.00, thus standing sixth among sixteen states 

Another phase of Woman's Work, worthy of a definite place in this report, 
is the interest shown in the Aged and Infirm Ministers' Relief Fund. To this 
cause the women of Alabama gave, from November 1909 to November 1910, 
$366.16. And in the Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Session of the 
Woman's Missionary Union of this State, held in Evergreen, November 1910, 



38 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

is to be found a most thorough and inspirational report made by Mrs. Grace 
Hiden Wilkinson, Secretary of the Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund. 

It is earnestly desired that every general Association shall give at least five 
dollars annually to Woman's Work. Twenty-one associations did this the 
past year. 

The women of Alabama are expected to give this Conventional year to 
the Woman's Missionary Union of Southern Baptist Convention $16,230 
which, together with their Contribution to State Missions, will be considerably 
over $20,000. This amount will be forthcoming, God willing if patience, 
enthusiasm and hard work can bring the result. 

JOHN HENRY BARBER, Chairman Committee. 

38. The Report on Orphan's Home (see Item 19), was 
called up and J. H. Longcrier spoke on the needs of the Home. 
Twelve of the children from the Home were introduced and sang 
"Count your Blessings". 

C. S. Rabb presented to the Convention, a gavel made by 
one of the boys in the Industrial Department, on which is the 
following inscription, "Made and Presented by the Boys' Indus- 
trial Department, Orphanage, to Alabama Baptist State Con- 
vention, July, 1911." and the report was adopted. 

39. F. H. Farrington, by appointment, addressed the 
Convention in the interest of the Religious Press. 

40. The Report on Nominations was called for and read 
by W. C. Bledsoe and adopted as follows, viz : 

REPORT ON NOMINATIONS. 

Your Committee on Nominations beg leave to submit the following 
report: 

To Fill Vacancies. We Recommend: 

First: On State Board of Missions for those whose terms expire in 1911 — 
J. W. Phillips, W. J. Elhott, E. H. Jennings, H. S. D. Mallory, G. G. 
Miles, R. E. Pettus, C. A. Stakely and Richard Hah in place of S. H. 
Campbell, removed from State. 

Second: On Board of Trustees of Howard College for those whose terms 
expire in 1911— A. W. BeU, R. E. Pettus, L. Lassiter, D. C. Cooper, 
J. C. Wright, J. W. Minor, S. S. Broadus, W. J. E. Cox and H. J. Wilhng- 
ham of Alimni Assocaition and John R. Keyton, in place of C. H. Davis. 

Third: On Board of Trustees for Judson College for those whose terms ex- 
pire in 1911— C. W. Ashcraft, S. H. Woodfin, W. W. Campbeh, T. T. 
Daughdrill, J. V. Brown in place of J. W. Bailey. 

Fourth: To be Trustees of Newton Collegiate Institute — J. M. Head, O. P. 
Bentley. S. M. C. Howell, W. B. Crumpton, S. T. Jones in place of W. 
M. Haiston. 

Fifth: To be Trustees of Healing Springs Industrial Academy — W. B. Crump- 
ton, T. E. Tucker, R. J. Millstead, J. E. McLemore, H. C. Causey, Joe 

D. Blount, J. B. Shoemaker, 

Sixth: To be Trustees of Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund — G. M. Morrow, 

G. W. Macon, W. H. McKleroy, W. W. Campbell. 
Seventh: To compose the Board of Ministerial Education — W. W. Lee, 

Preston Blake, A. J. Dickinson, J. A. Hendricks, A. L. Smith, C. J. Bent- 



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ley, N. A. Barrett. J. W. Beasley, A. P. Montague. M. K. Thornton, 
J. L. Thompson, W.NI. Blackwelder. 

Eighth: On the Kckicational (^oniinission for those whose terms expire 1911 — 
J. B. Ellis, Wm. A. Davis, II. S. I). Mallory. Ernest Lamar, L. O. Dawson, 
and W. C. (Vumplon, in pkicc- of W. J. E. Co.\. 

Ninth: To be Trustees of Howard Collejje limiowment Fund — A. W. Bell, 
D. C. Cooper, Wm. A. Davis, J. B. Ellis, A. D. Smith. 

Tenth: To the directors of the Convention — The President, Vice-Presi- 
dents, Secretary, Treasurer and W. B. Crumplon, G. VV. Ellis, G. G. Miles. 
H. S. D-Mallory, F. P. Nichols, H. J. Willingham, A. S. Smith. 

Eleventh: To compose the Committee on Co-operation — S. A. Cowan, 
L. L. Gwaltney, A. G. Moscley, J. L. Thompson, J. L. Rosser. 

Twelfth: To be Trustees of the Orphans' Home for those whose terms ex- 
pire 1911— J. B. Ellis, C. S. Rabb, W. C. Crumpton. 

Thirteenth: Trustees of Central Female College — (Nominated by request 
of Board of Trustees), H. J. Willingham, J. B. Gibson, J. D. Murphy, 
J. B. Ellis, S. S. Broadus. 

For Treasurer: R. F. Manly, Birmingham. 

For Auditor: S. P. Fowlkes, Birmingham. 

We recommend that the Board of Directors appoint Delegates to the 

Southern Baptist Convention and such other bodies as this Convention corres- 
ponds with 

W. C. BLEDSOE, 
J. L. THOMPSON, 
P. V. BOMAR, 
J. F. AVERYT, 
T. W. PALMER. 

41. After announcements the Convention adjourned to 
8 o'clock p. m. 

Second Day — Evening Session. 

42. The Convention re-assembled at 8 o'clock p. m. 
After singing and prayer, Vice-President H. S. D. Mallory in 
the chair, the Report on Foreign Missions was read by J. M, 
Cord, and, after discussion by J. D. Anderson, W. F. Yarborough, 
W. J. E. Cox, W. D. Upshaw and W. H. Smith, Editorial Secre- 
tary of the Foreign Mission Board, the report was adopted as 
follows, viz: 

REPORT ON FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Southern Baptists gave for Foreign Missions last year $510,008.97, of 
this amount Alabama gave $35,285.24. 

We have on the Foreign field 273 Missionaries, and 531 native helpers; 
a total of 804, which is the largest number we have ever had. 

There were 3618 baptisms last year, a larger number than in any former 
year. 

Our Church membership on the Foreign field is 21,343. About 17 per cent of 
the present membership was added by baptism last year, while the gain in 
Alabama was about 5 per cent. 

If there were. no baptisms to report the command to go into all the world 
and preach the gospel to every creature would be just as binding, and while 
the Lord is setting his seal on the work by saving a large number he is calling 



40 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

in loud tones to the churches to rally to those on the field both by reinforce- 
ments and money. 

In his last report the Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board states that 
there are important pressing calls for help in our various mission fields which 
ought to be heeded by our people at once. A number of Missionary homes 
are needed, chapels need to be enlarged to meet the demand of the growing 
congregations. There are a number of places where we have no chapels at all; 
the meetings are being held in private homes, or under sheds, or in the open, 
air. 

That report calls special attention to the Theological Seminaries and train- 
ing schools in the following words: 

"Many of our people do not know that we have nine theological schools 
training young preachers, and eight training schools for women preparing the 
sisters on the Foreign field for the mission work. In all of these there are 350 
men and women who are soon to go out far better equipped than those before 
them have been to present the cause of Christ to their own people." 

Anyone who will examine the report of the Treasurer of the Foreign 
Mission Board will see that for all expenses it took 12 cents on the dollar, which 
means that 88 cents went to the foreign field. Of the 12 cents it took 33^ for 
expenses in the various states and 2J^ for interest on borrowed money. 

The Board having to pay interest is no argument against our plan of 
Mission work, but the fault of pastors and churches because of a lack of system!. 

The 3 Yi cents on the dollar for State expenses is used for State Mission 
work and is well spent. 

If you boil the expense of the Board down to its last analysis and lay it 
down at the feet of our Board in Richmond you will find it only six cents on 
the dollar. 

Our people need information above everything else; the pastor is the man 
to give it. The Bible, the Foreign Mission Journal (25 cents each in clubs) 
and the free tracts and leaflets are all at his command to be used after his own 
method. 

It is a great thing to be a leader among God's people. It is glorious when 
we think of the victory of these people through their development for service, 
but it is a fearful thing when they fail to develop because of a lack of in- 
formation which ought to have been furnished by the pastor. A child of 
God wants to do his duty and will try to some extent to do it when he sees it 
though his progress may be slow. 

Alabama Baptists are asked to give 136,000.00 this year for Foreign Mis- 
sions, which is about 20 cents per capita. 

Mr. Richard H. Edmonds of Baltimore says that "the wealth of the South 
is increasing at the rate of Seven Million Dollars a day." He estimates that 
at least 20 per cent of this wealth is coming into the hands of the Baptist. 
That would make our increase one million five hundred thousand dollars a day. 

For the Baptist of Alabama it means more than One Hundred Thousand 
Dollars a day. We are ask to lay aside the small amount of one-third of the 
increase of one day to support the work of the Foreign field for the entire year. 

Giving and praying ought to go together. If we measure our praying 
by our giving how will the two appear to the Master when they come up as a 
memorial before him 

When the Lord lays his hand upon us and wants us to either go or send let 
each one be ready to do the will of him who has come into the world and died 
to save us. 

We cannot close this report without calling attention to the debt of 
$89,614.13 which confronted the Board at the end of the last conventional 
year. 



ALABAMA IJAI'TIST STATE CONVENTION. 41 



Let us as Baptists of Alabama see to it that there shall be no debt at the 
close of this year, clue to any failure on our part. 

J. M. McCORl), 
M. K. THORNTON, 
J. W. MINOR. 

Committee. 

43. The report on Co-operation was road and adopted 
as follows (for apportionment table see last page of minutes) viz: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CO-OPERATION. 

Wo recommend Ihut the Baptists of Alabama attempt to raise the fol- 
lowing amounts for the Convention Year of 1911-1912. 

State Missions $ .32,000 00 

Foreign Missions .36,000 00 

For Debt of Foreign Board 4,(J00 00 

Home Missions 25.000 00 

Chapel Building of Home Board 3,000 00 

Orphanage 10,000 00 

Denominational Education 15,000 00 

Ministerial Education 5,000 00 

Bible and Colportage 3,000 00 

Aged and Infirm Ministers 3,000 00 

Total $ 136,000 00 

These figures may seem large in view of the fact that the State Board of 
Missions has reported a debt of about .?5,000.00, but we should not forget 
that a crisis is upon us. What is here suggested will not begin to meet the 
urgent demands that are now upon us. Xcw and inviting fields arc opening 
to us every day, and in the near future there will be an immense influx of 
population into our State, which will bring greater responsibilities to the con- 
stiuency of this Convention. 

Here are some figures our people would do well to study: The Baptists 
of Alabama have 483 churches without any Sunday Schools. We have 
183,239 church members in the State, and 69,656 do not attend Sunday 
School. Last year we had 1,979 churches in the State, and 930 of them gave 
nothing for Foreign Missions, 942 gave nothing for Home Missions, 1,067, 
more than half, gave nothing for State Missions, 1,396 gave nothing for Edu- 
cational purposes, 794 gave nothing for the Orphanage. 

In view of these conditions, in January your Committee addressed a 
letter to the Baptist of the State, urging upon our people the importance of 
concerted action to secure a better support for our pastors, and with this 
letter a Tract on "The Alabama Convention", and also urging the churches 
to use the Calendar, Wall Cards, and Every Member Book. In March 
another letter was addressed to the Baptist of Alabama emphasizing the im- 
portance of the co-operation of the churches in doing the Convention's work, 
calling attention to what good results might come from such co-operation. 
We trust that the labor and expense of sending out these letters will be am- 
ply rewarded. It is our opinion that the work of this Committee should be 
vigorously prosecuted, and no note of discouragement should be sounded. 
The Committee on Co-operation of the General Association of Virginia on 
last year reported that out of 1063 churches in the State only 86 contributed 
nothing to the work of the Association. These good results came in large 
measure through the practical earnest efTorts of the Committee on Co-operation. 
What the Baptists of Virginia have done, under God the Baptists of Alabama 
can do. 



42 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

We suggest that in the future this Committee be composed of five mem- 
bers who shall live in easy reach of the city of Montgomery, and that the 
chairman be located in the Capital City, or some near-by community, in order 
that he may the more easily co-operate with the Corresponding Secretary of 
the State Board of Missions. 

The experience and observation of the past shows that the Associations 
that have tried to raise the amounts suggested by the Apportionment Table, 
have, through their churches put more money into the Treasury of the State 
Board of Missions than the Associations that have discarded it; hence, we 
again recommend that Moderators of Association, and others interested 
in our organized work, see that a Committee on Apportionment be appointed 
at each Association to prorate the amounts suggested by this Convention for 
missions and other benevolences among the various churches of the Association. 
This gives the churches a basis on which to work. 

We learn from the Corresponding Secretary that the most regular givers 
are the churches that have adopted and are using the Collection Calendar, 
Wall Cards, and Every Member Book which have been adopted b> this Con- 
vention. Hence, we renew our recommendation of these most useful helps 
in all the churches of the State. As a means of education alone, to say no- 
thing of other benefits, they are vastly helpful. 

The Apportionment Table is appended to, 'and is a part of this report. 
Respectfully submitted, 

J. L. THOMPSON, 
J. L. ROSSER, 
ARNOLD S. SMITH, 
PAUL V. BOMAR. 

44. After announcements the Convention adjourned to 9 
o'clock a. m. Friday. 

Third Day — Morning Session. 

45. The Convention re-assembled at 9 o'clock a. m. in 
its third day's session, and J. R. Stodghill led in prayer. 

46. The Convention was called to order by President 
R. E. Pettus, and J. D. Anderson read the report of the committee 
to which was referred the resolution in reference to Healing 
Springs Academy and Newton Collegiate Instution's annual re- 
port (see Items 14 and 15) which was adopted as follows: 

REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON NEWTON AND HEALING 
SPRINGS SCHOOLS. 

Your committee beg leave to report as follows, viz: 

We recommend that the Educational Commission take charge of the 
Baptist Collegiate Institute at Newton, and as speedily as possible supply the 
necessary buildings for the successful operation of the school. 

As for Healing Springs Industrial Academy, we recommend that the 
Secretary of the State Board of Missions and the Secretary of the Educa- 
tional Commission be requested to visit Healing Springs, and confer with 
the Trustees as to the future of the Academy. If any changes are deemed 
wise tha t these Secretaries and the Trustees be empowered to make them. 



.\l,Ali.\.M.\ HAI'TIST STATIi: C(h\VENTION. 43 



We recommend that a report, yet to be furnished by the Board of Trus- 
tees, be printed in the minutes. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. D. ANDF.RSON, Chairman. 

(lUSW. McKAE, 

J. H.CRICIC.IITON, 

W. A. DARDKN, 

C. E. MORICMAN, 

W.W.LEE, 

J. R. KEYTON. 

47. The Sunday School report was read by D, W. Sims 
as follows, viz: 

REPORT OF SUNDAY SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

At a meeting of this committee last October \vc determined to do several 
things, among them was to use the time aloted for Sunday School work at this 
Convention, partly as an institute, we believed this would be more practica- 
ble than a discussion of any report we could submit — hence this report is 
followed by a short program. 

The committee has given some thought and work to statistics (for some 
of our District Associations reports are not complete.) To aid in supplament- 
ing figures furnished by the District Associations, we took the liberty of adding 
to the Committee Brother A. S. Barnes of the First Baptist Church of Mobile, 
who is Statistical Secretary for the Alabama Sunday School Association. 
Brother Barnes has given much help and furnished numerous corrections and 
additions to the statistics from District Associations, which will help to make 
the figures in the Sunday School columns of our miuntes more accurate. 

The Committee has cheerfully borne its own expenses for stationary and 
postage. 

According to the minutes of last Convention there were 381 Baptist 
Churches in Alabama without Sunday Schools. We rejoice to report that 
many new schools have been organized in the past year, and regret to find 
now about 340 Baptist Churches of Alabama yet without a School, there are 
(according to estimate,) between 175 and 2o0 other Baptist Sunday Schools 
that suspend during the winter months. Again from careful calculation 
based on school reports we find that less than half of the Baptist church mem- 
bers in Alabama attend Sunday School. 

The foregoing facts are appalling and should cause us to do better: 

Encouragement by Comparison. 

While the facts given are verj' nearly correct, and we should improve the 
conditions, we find some little consolation in comparing Alabama with our 
sister states, for by doing so we find that in the points named Alabama not 
only compares favorably, but, is actually ahead of nearly all the other states of 
Southern Baptist Convention. 

The percentage of church membership in the Baptist Sunday Schools of 
Alabama is greater than in Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Texas 
and Tennessee. 

Suggestions: 

We beg to suggest : 

First: That District Association Moderators and Clerks would greatly 
help the work by insisting on complete statistics. 

Second: Many more new schools could be organized if our Moderators 
would use a part of the Sunday School period in District Associations in pre- 



44 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

senting the names of the various churches that have no Sunday Schools and 
take pledges from different individuals present to become responsible for 
organizing a school in each of the churches, the clerk making a record so these 
brethren would be asked for a report at next meeting. 
Recommendations : 

First: That each Sunday School aim to form an organized Adult Bible 
Class, with teacher, president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, devotional 
membership and social committees, for as the half of our church membership 
not in Sunday School, is almost entirely composed of adults, and without 
exception the Organized Class will get the adults. 

Second: As the important thing after getting people to Sunday School is 
to teach them, we recommend that pastors and superintendents pass the 
matter of teacher training. This is our only hope of ultimate success, it is 
practical in any school and not expensive. The Convention Normal Manual 
prepared by Dr. B. W. Spillman, Prof. L. P. Leawell and Rev. H. C. Moore 
and issued by the Sunday School Board at Nashville, Tenn., and highly re- 
commended by the Board, costs but 35 cents in paper back. If a class cannot 
be organized, individuals should start with this first book of the course. 

Third: According to the minutes 930 of the 1979 churches of the State 
give nothing to Foreign Missions, hence we recommend that a Mission Com- 
mittee be appointed in each Sunday School, whose duty is not so much to 
collect as to educate for Missions, this Committee could arrange in connection 
with pastor and Superintendent, to give out tracts on some mission field 
quarterly, and at some time to have a mission program. 
Respectfully submitted, 

D. W. SIMS, Chairman Committee. 

With D. W. Sims in charge of the service, helpful addresses 
were made on different phases of the Sunday School problem by 
D. W. Sims, R. M. Hendley, A. S. Smith, H. S. D. Mallory, H. L. 
Strickland, Sunday School Secretary of the State Board of Mis- 
sions, W. J. E. Cox, A. J. Dickinson, J. G. Dobbins, J. W. Dean, 
Preston Blake and the following resolutions offered by W. J. E. 
Cox was unanimously adopted, viz: 

Resolved, that this Convention heartily endorse the plan suggested by our 
Sunday School Secretary, Brother H. L. Strickland, of dividing the State into 
four districts as outlined by him and that the Secretary of our State Board of 
Missions and Brother Strickland be authorized to appoint a committee for 
each of these districts to cooperate with our Sun-iay School Secretary in carry- 
ing out such plans as he may devise. 

48. The report on the Laymen's Movement, was called 
for and read by H. S. D. Mallory, Chairman of the State Commit- 
tee, as follows, viz: 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE LAYMEN'S MISSIONARY 

MOVEMENT. 

Your Committee report that soon after the Albertville Convention, it 
districted the State into groups of associations, assigning one district to each 
member who was expected to visit each association in his district, or procure 
some competent laymen to represent the movement there. Many associations 
in the aggregate were thus visited by some member of this Committee. 



AI>AIJAM.\ I5A1T1ST S'lA'I'I-: CONV^ENTION. 45 



Our effort has been to have the movi-im-nt orf^anizcd in the ihurchcs of 
this State, but witli what success we have no means of ascertaining. Under 
present organization, progress has been and will necessarily be slow. 

There is a near limit to the time, the members of this Committee or any 
similar Committee, can give to this important work. The movement will nf)t 
push itself. The churches will not take hold of it until it is jjresented, and its 
great possibilities shown. It should be j)opular, and we thmk will be, when 
better understood ami known by our people. 

The work done the past year by your Committee has been mainly educa- 
tional. 

We are looking forward to the time when the laymen of Alabama will pr<;- 
vide the means to employ a well equippcfl laymen to give all his time to the 
development of the movement, ancl its organization in the several churches. 
This is necessary to the successful prosecution of the work. 

The plan is so simple and the possibilities so great, that all christian 
people should be ciuick to support it. It docs not contemplate any boards or 
other machinery, except the simple banding together in the individual church, 
of the laymen, for better inissionary work and consequently I)ettcr work in a,l 
the other branches of the church work, and consequently spiritual growth in 
the members. We earnestly request all pastors to give encouragement to this 
Movement. 

We verily believe it means much for the strengthening of their hands in the 
work of the Lord. 

Fraternally submitted, 

H. S. D. MALLORV, 
W. W. CAMPBELL, 
C. S. RABB, 

For the Committee. 

J. T. Henderson, Bristol, Virginia, Secretary of the Laymen's 
Movement in the South, and H. S. D. Mallory addressed the 
Convention in this interest, and the report was adojjted. On 
motion the following was appointed as the committee on Lay- 
men's Movement, viz: 

H. S. D. Mallorv, W. W. Campbell, N. D. Denson, C. S. 
Rabb, G. G. Miles, J. T. Ashcraft, Tom Garner, J. S. Carroll, 
G. G. Britton, T. W. Palmer and C. C. Ferrell. 

49. The report of the committee on Memorials was read 
by M. M. Wood, and after an address by W. B. Crumpton. was 

adopted as follows, viz: 

REPORT ON OBITUARIES. 

The following ordained ministers have been calletl from the scene of their 
earthly labors since our last session, viz: 

Elder L. H. Hastie. 

He was ordained to the ministry cjuite young, entered the Confederate 
Army early in 18G1, and was so seriously wounded at Gettysburg that he was 
never able to return for service. 

He was educated at the Baptist Central Institute in Coosa County. 

He was married to Miss Mary Looney, to which marriage were born five 
sons and four daughters. 



46 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



He was moderator of the Central Association twenty-five years, and pastor 
of churches in that section of the State over fifty years. 

He lost his life by fire trying to save valuables from his burning residence 
at Talladege Springs, May 25, 1911. 

Elder A. J. Lambert. 

Was born December 3, 1820. He was converted in early life and began 
his long and very useful career as a minister at twenty years of age. He was 
for a time a student in Howard College, but ill health cut his college course 
short. 

August 7, 1851 he was married to Miss Josephene Shaumfield to which 
marriage was born ten children, seven sons and three daughters. Five sons, 
two of whom are ministers, and two Sunday School Superintendents, and two 
daughters still survive him. 

He was an earnest student of the bible, an influential minister of the 
gospel, and a very popular citizen in Monroe and adjoining counties. 

His long and useful life ended February 12, 1911, after a brief illness of 
only two weeks. 

Elder J. H. Mackey. 

(Letters of inquiry were not answered) 

Elder T. E. Morgan. 

(Letters of inquiry were not answered) 

Elder Charles A. Owen. 

He was born in Morgan County, Ala., December 5, 1844. He was con- 
verted in early life, and ordained to the ministry at Emmaus church in 1871, 
having received a good common school education. His ministerial life was 
spent in Cullman and adjoining counties. For forty years he was pastor of 
churches, and for twenty years moderator of his association in that section. 
His was a useful life, which ended in peace February 22, 1911. 

Elder H. W. Roberts. 

He was born in Forsythe County, Ga., May 22, 1852. He was converted 
in August 1870, and ordained to the ministry in February, 1888. He died at 
Leesburg, Ala., November 23, 1909, his entire ministerial life being spent, in 
Cherokee and adjoining counties. January 15, 1874, he was married to Miss 
Nannie Holmes, to which marriage was born eight children all of whom are 
faithful members of the Baptist church, as is also his devoted wife. 

Elder Henry R. Schramme. 

He was born in Macon, Ga., in 1854, and moved in early life with his 
parents to east Alabama. He was converted at about twenty years of age, 
licensed to preach in 1877, and ordained at Pine Flat church Perry County, 
Ala., in 1883. He graduated from Howard College, with the degree of Bachelor 
of Arts, June 1885, and a few years later spent one year at the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary. 

During his ministerial life of twenty-five years he was pastor of churches 
in nearly every section of our State, and ended at Corey, Alabama, where he 
was pastor, by taking a dose of poison through mistake. 

He was happily married to Miss Laura Turner, January 30, 1889, who 
survived him only a few days, leaving three children to mourn their departure. 

An intimate friend pays this just tribute to his memory, viz: 



Al.AliAMA IJAI'TIST S'lATl': CONVENTION. 



"Pure in his life, a man of prayer and boldness in preaching the jjospel, 
liis ministry was efToctive. The grt'at work of missions lhrille<I his soiil and 
moved liim to speak with power. In physical stature he was n(jl larjje, hut 
when he appeared in the pulpit his hearers eould soon see that they were listen- 
ing to a man who towered like a giant in s])iritual power — a man who com- 
mune<l with (lod." 

Elder B. T. Selman. 

He was born August IS, 185.'^ converted and received into the church in 
IStii). He was ordained to the ministry in August, 1H'.)2. He was married 
April 2o, 1874. He died August 25, 1910 in Birmingham, Ala. 

His ministerial life was spent largely in Fayette and adjoining counties. 

Elder J. E. White. 

He was born in Kemper County, Miss., SciJtember 27, IKi'.i. He was 
converted anil baptized in youth, and at about twenl}^ years of age was licensed 
to preach, and at about the same time was married to Miss Nlar\' Perkins, 
a daughter of the minister who baptized him. To this marriage was born 
fifteen children, seven of whom still survive him. His first wife having died 
at Starkville, Miss., in 1875, he was married again in 1870 to Mrs. Mary (Ireen, 
of this same place, and shortly after moved with his entire family to Gains- 
ville, Ala. To his second marriage was born three children, two sons both 
of whom are ministers, and one daughter. These eighteen children, with four 
step-children, and four sons of a brother all found a large place in his loving 
heart, and was most successful in rearing them for usefulness as christians and 
citizens of our State. 

December 9. 1910, at Ashford, Ala., he quietly and triumphantly closed 
a successful ministry of more than fifty years, thirty-five years of which was 
spent in Alabama. His children, in character and conduct rise up and call 
him blessed. 

Elder F. M. Williams. 

On August 12, 1910, the death angel visited Arkadelphia and called Rev. 
F. M. Williams to his eternal home. He was a young Baptist preacher who 
was much loved and respected by all who knew him. He leaves a wife, four 
children, a father, step-mother, several brothers and sisters to mourn his loss, 
and while we extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved, we bow in humble 
submisssion to the will of Him that doeth all things well. 

Elder F. W. Williams. 

On the 22nd day of October, 1910, heaven's gate opened wide to admit 
the sweet .spirit of our beloved brother. Rev. F. W. Williams, a devoted father, 
a faithful husband and one of the sweetest Christian characters, who was 
carried on the wings of a swift death to the courts of heavenly bliss. Besides a 
heart-broken wife, he leaves six children, whose hearts are heavy with the 
burden of grief. How could it be otherwise, when he was so gentle, earnest, 
consecrated and true to all the virtues that glorify a good man's life. Words 
are not adequate to express our sorrow, or are we able to pay a just tribute to 
all the graces he possessed as a father and loyal Christian. With sad hearts we 
turned our faces away and left a cherished spot made sacred by the memory 
that one of the best men that ever lived is sweetly sleeping beneath the roses 
and evergreen, but who will some day awake in the likeness and glory of his 
Lord. 

Mrs. Monroe Henderson, Phenix Citv, Ala. 



48 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



50. A. J. Dickinson read the report on a Baptist Hospital 

as follows, viz: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON HOSPITAL. 

To the Alabama Baptist State Convention: 

Your committee on the advisability of establishing a Baptist Hospital in 
some city in the State beg to report: — 

1. That hitherto no opportunity for instituting such a hospital has been 
presented to the committee which seemed to be feasible. 

2. Thst such an opportunity may come at any time, and when it does it 
would be wise for this Convention to have an agency ready to take hold of 
it. 

3. Therefore we recommend that the committee be continued with its 
original powers to act in such an emergency. (See Page 65 Minutes 1909.) 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. J. DICKINSON, 

Chairman for Committee. 

51. The Convention adjourned to 2 o'clock p. m. 

Third Day — Afternoon Session. 

52. The Convention re-assembled at 2 o'clock p. m. in 
its final session and A. G. Mosely led in prayer. 

53. The president announced standing committees for 
the coming year as follows, viz: 

COMMITTEES TO REPORT IN 1912. 

On Foreign Missions — W. F. Yarborough. W. M. Blackwelder, J. H. Long- 
crier, J. J. Hagood, J. W. Phillips. 
On Home Missions — R. S. Gavin, L. O. Dawson, A. P. Moore, J. R. Cury, 

1. R. Keyton. 
Woman's Work— A. J. Dickinson, J. W. WiUis, W. J. Elliott, J. G. Lowrey, 

I. A. White. 
Sunday Schools — H. L. Strickland, Preston Blake, J. H. Bush, H. R. Arnold, 

J. V. Brown. 
B. Y. P. U.— J. A. French, J. L. Rosser, T. J. Wingfield, H. B. Wood, T. W. 

Smyly. 
Temperance — W. C. Crumpton, A. W. Tate, H. J. Willingham, D. I. Purser, 

C. T. Culpepper. 
Memorials— M. M. Wood, H. L. Martin, A. D. Glass, Richard Hall, H. O. 

Murfree. 
Press Committee— C. W. Hare Tom Garner, J. C. Williams, D. H. Marbury, 

B. Davy. 
Transportation— W. A. Davis, G. D. Motley, G. W. Ellis, F. P. Nichols, 

J. G. Reynolds. 

54. The report of the committee to whom was referred the 
report of the State of Board Missions (see Item 10) was read by 
W. A. Davis, and adopted as follows, viz: 



ALABAMA BAP'lIS'r S'lA'lE CONVENTION. 49 

REPORT OF COMMITTKE ON STATE BOARD'S KKPORT. 

Your Committee to whom was referred the Report of State Board of 
Missions respectfully suggests that this Convention concur in the suggestions 
and approve the recommendations made in this annual Report looking to 
enlargement of our work as Baptists in Alabama. 

First of all, we appreciate mention of the increase in gifts of money to our 
work during all these years of our Convention history and we recommend that 
our people especially note that part of the report that says, "our growth in 
menbers is gratifying, but our gifts are not commensurate with our growth in 
material resources". In the second place we respectfully suggest that our 
people should praise God for the liberality shown in the becjuests made by our 
Brother Bush to our Lord's work. We also recommend that this Convention 
adopt the suggestion in the report that we raise each year, the amounts re- 
quested of us for State, Home and Foreign Missions, $32,U00.U0; $28,U(J(J.U0; 
and $4U, 000.00 respectivelly. 

We again recommend that this Convention set its seal of approval on the 
promise of our Secretary that we, Alabama Baptists, will raise that SI, 000.00 
or more to assist in the erection of the European Baptist Theolopical Semin- 
ary. 

We also call attention to the debt reported by the Board, $5,275.00. 
This should be cleared away. 

Then, in conclusion, let us not be indifferent to the suggestion of our 
Board's report that says, "There are numbers of places along the railroads to 
say nothing of the needs of the country, where the Baptists must take hold 
vigorously or lose the ground", and again, "aggressive work only will hold 
what we have and with the new demands coming upon us". 

We urge upon our churches to follow the State Board's financial plan of 
regular, systematic and proportionate giving to our Lord's cause. 

Respectfully, 

C. J. BENTLEY, 
P. L. MOSELEY, 
J. L. JACKSON. 

55. The report on Aged and Infirmed Ministers was 
called up and adopted, (see Item 16) 

56. The report on Temperance was called for and read by 
A. S. Smith, after discussion by Brooks Lawrence, Superinten- 
dant of the Alabama Anti-Saloon League, C. S. Rabb, Geo. D. 
Motley and C. W. Hare, and the adoption of the following resolu- 
tion of sympathy, viz: 

''We sympathize deeply with the friends of prohibition in 
Texas and Maine and extend our best wishes for success in the 
coming amendment election in those states," the report was un- 
animously adopted as follows, viz:j 

REPORT ON TEMPERANCE. 

Social reform and civic righteousness are questions of the hour. The 
problem of temperance through the means of moral suasion and prohibition, 
is social and personal, economic and civic, moral and vital. It involves the 
state and the church; the community and the individual. The separation of 
church and state should not, and does not, interfere with the duty of the 
cjhurch to effect citizenship for righteousness, or with the duty of the state 



50 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

to give to morality and religion the best possible protection that can result 
from the enactment and enforcement of just and wholesome laws. 

The followers of Christ dare not overlook the power of the gospel upon 
society, or fail to apply the teaching of divine truth to all civic and social con- 
ditions. There is a leaven that leaventh the whole lump. It has been fit- 
tingly suggested that the people of God should not only care for the man who 
has fallen among robbers on the way from Jerusalem to Jericho, but, to save 
others from a like fate, should also police the road. 

Shall heathen China work for the overthrow of the opium trade, and the 
prohibition of the free use of the drug among her people, and Christian America 
legalize, license and protect the rum traffic 

The American saloon has been indicted and condemned and is doomed to 
destruction. It is the unrelenting foe of Christianity and the Devil's most 
powerful weapon. The liquor traffic as a whole, together with drunkenness, 
and the drinking of intoxicants as a beverage, have been put under the ban. 
The history of nations, the Bible, the home, the church, the public schools, 
business corporations, scientific teachings, able jurists, good morals, and decent 
society all cry out against these things. To this common protest must be 
added the piteous wail of the poor victim of strong drink, who is conscious of 
his ruin and longs in vain to be free. 

It is not the purpose of your committee to recite the crime, wretchedness, 
sorrow, and woe, involving the indescribable suffering of devoted women and 
innocent children, occasioned by the legalized sale of intoxicating liquors. 
These things are familiar to us all. It can be established beyond controversy 
that the traffic is tremendously costly in money, morals and men. Indeed its 
fruit is manifold, and wholly evil. In the face of all these facts, official and 
scientific, the wonder grows that a bu.siness so corrupt and damnable should 
find license and governmental protection among a civilized people. 

Touching the cause of temperance and prohibition in general, we have 
every reason to be encouraged and hopeful. Prohibition obtains in nine 
whole states in the union, (we hope and pray that the great state of Texas, 
now on the eve of an election, may gain the victory for constitutional prohi- 
bition) and considerably over half of the area of the United States, by muni- 
cipalities and counties falls to the dry column. The Christian home, the 
public school, the Sunday school, the pulpit, and the religious press are now 
educative forces creating and crystalizing sentiment against the legalized sale 
and free use of that which makes drunk and debauches. 

All true progress here meets with fierce and determined opposition, and 
there are occasional temporary and local reverses, as with every work of reform 
and righteousness. But the sin of drunkenness and drunkard-making must 
be combated to the finish. The soldier of the cross cannot avoid the issue. 
It has been over strong opposition, and therefore by oft retarded processes, that 
our own beloved State, Alabama, has been opened for the return of the de- 
grading saloon. 

State-wide prohibition, through three of four years, under most unfavor- 
able conditions, has by no means been a failure in our great commonwealth. 
Drinking, drunkenness and crime have been greatly diminished, and business 
prosperity has been unprecedented. Official reports from seventeen communi- 
ties, with a population of 201,900, show that under statuary prohibition for 
the first year (1908) there was a decrease of 5,131 arrests for drunkenness, and 
11,742 for all other offences, over the preceeding year. The citj of Birming- 
ham showed a decrease in crime of 20 per cent, and an increase in property 
valuation of $10 000 000. 

We have been sorry to note that so many of our great daily papers have 
stood for the prevention and overthrow of prohibitory laws, and in this way 
have worked for the open saloon. 

We agree with the Birmingham Evening Ledger, when it says, editorial- 
ly: "The laws which the saloons are to operate, if thej^ are brought back, aVe 



ALABAMA HAITIST STATE CONVENTION. 51 

t;ir more dangerous, far more difficult of enforcement, and far more productive 
of utterly ilemoralizing conditions than any laws that have ever hccn on the 
statute books of Alabama". 

We shall hail with delijj;ht the day when the Federal government shall 
in no way hinder the efFeeliveness of anti-liquor laws of any state in the uni<jn, 
by sufTerinj^ whiskey to be shipped into dry territory, or by the granting of 
Federal licenses in such territory. 

Your committee desires to recommend the good work done by all temper- 
ance organizations, chief among which is the Anti-Saloon League. 

We call upon the moral and christian j)coi)le everywhere to do all they 
can to prevent the return of the legalized whiskey traffic to our fair .State. 

We recommend that this convention, representing 185, (JUU Baptists, ' 
reaffirm its position as favoring temperance, prohibition, the enforcement of 
law and the punishment of law-breakers. 

To a cause for which noble men and women have suffered, and for which 
many have died a martyr's death, let us all be faithful. 
Respectfully submitted, 

ARNOLD. S. SMITH, Chairman. 

57. A resolution of instruction to the Programme Com- 
mittee for next session of this Convention, offered by A. G. Mosely, 
after discussion was laid on the table with the understanding that 
if desired by the Ministers meeting to be held at the,encampmcnt 
August 21 to 28, should desire it, the committee will prepare a 
programme for a Ministers meeting in connection with the next 
session of this Convention. 

58. The Convention on being informed that the body 
was entitled to two representatives in the Alabama Anti-Saloon 
League, elected Wm. A. Davis, Anniston, and Geo. D. Motley, 
Gadsden, as such representatives. 

59. The following resolution, offered by B. F. Giles, was 
unanimously adopted, viz: 

RESOLUTION. 

Inasmuch as the Birmingham Ledger is the one great daily of Alabama, 
that pursues a policy of aggressive opposition to the return of the saloon in 
Alabama, wc the Baptists of the State in convention assembled do express our 
appreciation of its course, and commend it to the patronage of our people in 
the State. 

Respectfully submitted. 

60. The following resolution of thanks was unanymously 
and heartily adopted, vfz: 

RESOLUTION OF THANKS. 

Resolved. First: That we extend our thanks to all of the good people of 
Greenville, for the charming manner in which they have entertained us. 

Second: That we appreciate deeply the daily reports of our proceedings 
made by Messrs. Stanley and Thompson to the Montgomery, Mobile and 
Birmingham newspapers, and thank those and all other newspapers for their 
kindly interest in our work. 



52 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Third: That we are grateful for the special rates givren delegates by the 
various railroads of the State. 

61. Haying finished the business for which it assembled, 
the Convention adjourned. 

M. M. WOOD, Secretary. 



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Contributions of the Baptists in Alabama through forty-one years of the 
History of the State Board of Missions, showing also, the growth in 
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State 


Home 


Foreign 


Member- 


Year 


Missions 


Missions 


Missions 


ship 


1871 


$0,000.00 


$5,452.00 


$1,720.00 




1872 


00,000.00 


5,327.00 


1,977.00 




1873 


1,078.00 


4,882.00 


2,301.00 




1874 




3,784.00 


1,477.00 




1875 


' 289.00 


2,051.00 


1,092.00 




1876 




1,818.00 


1,371.00 




1877 


i,4cr3'.o6 


1,359.00 


1,315.00 




1878 


3,860 00 


1,057.00 


1,153.00 




1879 


5,249.00 


1,159.00 


939.00 


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1880 


5,475.00 


1,276.00 


1,244.00 


67,876 




$17,354.00 


$28,165.00 


$14,516.00 




1881 


7,860.00 


1,755.00 


2,016.00 


74,048 


1882 


8,776.00 


829.00 


1,942.00 


75,134 


1883 


8,854.00 


2,251.00 


2,494.00 


74,046 


1884 


9,402.00 


2,036.00 


17,488.00 


72,051 


1885 


10,046.00 


1,871.00 


2,150.00 


76,717 


1886 


6,396.00 


2,289.00 


3,174.00 


80,079 


1887 


7,389.00 


4,718.00 


4,619.00 


90,612 


1888 


8,183.00 


2,817.00 


3,913.00 


89,728 


1889 


11,970.00 (16 


mo.) 3,665.00 


4,532.00 


91,261 


1890 


8,795.00 


4,336.00 


6,358.00 


95,893 




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$26,567.00 


$38,686.00 




1891 


8,255.00 


5,471.00 


7,756.00 


97,918 


1892 


7,617.00 


6,210.00 


6,099.00 


101,031 


1893 


8,745.00** 


9,097.00** 


11,504.00** 


101,962 


1894 


4,869.00 (8 mo.) 3,753.00 


7,497.00 


105,444 


1895 


11,067.00(16 


mo.) 5,218.00 


7,593.00 


110,778 


1896 


9,799.00 


4,606.00 


6,696.00 


113,826 


1897 


9,815.00 


2,964.00 


6,563.00 


118,876 


1898 


8,526.00 


2,403.00 


5,950.00 


124,751 


1899 


8,824.00 


3,269.00 


5,818.00 


127,949 


1900 


6,814.00 


4,820.00 


9,098.00 


129,545 




$84,331.00 


$47,819.00 


$752,83.00 




1901 


7,882.00 


6,096.00 


11,527.00 


131,280 


1902 


3,795.00(7^ 


mo.) 7,190.00 


14,850.00 


134,424 


1903 


13,325.00 


8,139.00 


16,424.00 


140,721 


1904 


12,920.00 


10,066.00 


18,025.00 


143,574 


1905 


14,639.00 


11,543.00 


18,302.00 


147,127 


1906 


16,831.00 


14,871.00 


tt30,205.00 


150,945 


1907 


20,818.00 


17,637.00 


27,582.00 


154,400 


1908 


20,165.00 


18,512.00P 


28,253.00P 


161,408 


1909 


23,038.00 


19,353.00 


26,829.00 


173,655 


1910 


17,752.00 


18,787.00 


25,264.00 


180,239 




$151,165.00 


$122,194.00 


$217,261.00 




1911 


29,196.00 


32,222.00 


37,708.00 


185,728 



Bush Endowment of $30,000.00 to the three Boards in this year. 
*Estimated. fLegacy of $4,983.00 included. **Centennial of Missions. 

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List of Delegates and Visitors 

From Churches. 

Allenton — R. E. Lambert. 

Alexander City — A. S. Smith. 

Andalusia — T. A. Wooten, J. M. Head, J. J. Hagood. 

Anniston, Parker Memorial — VVm. A. Davis, W. F. Yarborough. 

Antioeh (Butler Co.)— R. L. Harrison, J. A. IJay. 

Ashlantl^as. A. Smith. 

Bellville— S. P. Lindsey. 

Bessemer — ^M. K. Thornton. 

Bethel (Butler Co.) — Norwood Johnson. 

Bethel (Lowndes Co.)^J. E. Bishop. 

Behtel (Tuscaloosa Co.) — J. G. Lowrey. 

Big Spring^W. J. Ruddick. 

Bimiingham, Avondalt — C. J. Bentley. 

Birmingham, Elyton — A. D. Glass. 

Birmingham, First — A. J. Dickinson, H. L. Strickland, F. W. Barnett. P. C. 

Ratliff. 
Birmingham, South Side — Preston Blake, W. J. E. Cox, Ed. Smith J. T. 

Wingficld, W. A. Berry. 
Birmingham, Twenty-first Avenue — J. R. Stodghill. 
Bimiingham, West End — W. M. Blackwelder. 
Birmingham, Woodlawn — J. E. Robinson. 
Birmingham, West Woodlawn — John W. Stewart. 
Boaz — A. J. Johnson. 
Brundridge — J. L. Thompson. 
Brewton — W. M. Murray, L L, Taylor. 
Burnt Corn (Monroe Co.) — Hugh ^lcMillon. 
Butler Springs — R. E. Fail. 
CarroUton — W. G. Robertson. 
Centerville — J. O. Williams. 
Cullman, First — M. L. Harris. 
Daphne— Wm. W. Chandler. 
Decatur, First — Clay I. Hudson, S. S. Broadus. 
Dolomite — A. C. Yeargan. 

Dothan, First — E. H. Jennings, J. V. Brown, R. H. Folmer. 
Dothan, Headland Avenue — ^J. R. Keyton, F. M. Jones. 
East Lake to Sixth Street — J. W. Jones. 

East Lake, Ruhama— W. W. Lee, A. P. Montague, A. H. Olive, A. D. Smith. 
Eclectic — C. H. German. 
Elba — J. A. Carnley, Joe Jernigan. 
Ensley— J. W. Minor, A. K. Wright. 
Enterprise — E. W. Edmonds, J. W. Searcy, A. W. Jones, O. P. Bentley, 

J. E. James, O. C. Doster, Jr. 
Eufaula, First — G. L. Comer, J. A. French. 
Evergreen— C. S. Rabb, Richard Hall, T. S. Hagood, J. T. Fincher, C. A. 

Sinquefield, W. C. Crumpton. 
Fairhope — Ed. S. Barnes. 
Fayette— J. M. McCord. 
Fitzpatrick — W. J. Elliott. 
Flomaton— D. W. Powell, W. J. V'aughn. 
Florala— E. M. Stewart. 

Florence, First— J. B. Bailes, G. M. Huckaba. 
Foley — A. A. Scruggs. 



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Forest Home — T. C. Thompson, J. R. Griffith. 

Furman— J. E. Knight, M. M. Wood. 

Gadsden, First— Geo. D. Motley. 

Gaylesville — J. H. Weaver. 

Geneva— A. T. Sims. 

Greensboro — D. I. Purser, Jr. 

Greenville — L. L. Gwaltney, J. D. Owen, Jno. L. McMullan, W. j. Nicholson. 

W. R. Martin, J. G. Reynolds, J. W. Perry. 
Haley ville — J. T. Johnson. 
Hayneville— J. R. G. White. 
Harpersville — J. B. Byod. 
.Huntsville, Dallas Avenue — A. P. Moore. 
Huntsville, First — R. S. Gavin. 
Hurtsboro — J. L. Jackson. 
Jasper — J. H. Longcrier. 
Liberty (Autauga Co.) — J. A. Cannon. 
Lineville — H. B. Woodward. 
Livingston — H. B. Folk. 

Mobile, First— A. S. Barnes, John W. Phillips, J. H. Lock, T. B. Pace. 
Montgomery, Clayton Street — J. A. Cook. 

Montgomery, First — C. A. Stakely, W. B. Crumpton, F. S. Persons, Jr. 
Montgomery, Highland Avenue — Frances Jones, J. H. Bush, H. A. Cook. 
Montgomery, South Side — D. W. Sims, S. A. Cowan, Geo. W. Ellis. 
Montevallo — T. W. Palmer. 
Mt. Pleasant (Butler Co.)— j. W. Joyner. 
Mt. Zion (Autauga Co.) — D. D. Cameron. 
Newton— S. O. Y. Ray. 
Northport — A. T. Camp. 
Oak Dale (Mobile Co.)— Geo. W. McRae. 
Oakman — D. W. Morgan. 
Orrville— B. F. Ellis, J. G. Dobbins. 
Oxford— J. T. Wheeler, C. N. James. 
Phenix City, First— O. C. Dobbs. 
Pine Level — A. J. Kykendall. 
Pisgah— H. C. Dunn. 

Pleasant Hill (.Marshall Co.)— W. J. Corry. 
Pratt City— J. E. Barnes. 

Pratt/ille— E. T. Smith, E. E. Gresham, J. R. Caldwell, Robt. Ellington. 
Prichard (Mobile Co.) — j. H. Anderson. 
Ramer (Montgomery Co) — j. D. Harris. 
Roanoke — F. H. Farrington.J, C. Wright, Jesse Pausett. 
Russellville — R. J. Moody, J. W. Partiidge. 
Salem (Monroe Co.) — A. L. Stephens. 
Selma, First— J. L. Rosser, H. S. D. Mallory, J. B. Ellis. 
Selma, Second — L. C. DeWitt. 
Shell Banks— J. D. Wilkes 
Shelby— J. F. Averytt, J. D. Thompson. 
Siloam (Marion)— R. G. Patrick, P. V. Bomar. 
Spring Hill (Butler Co.)— C. W. Cook, R. B. Cooper. 
Sylacauga — Geo. H. Thigpen. 
Talladega, First— J. M. Thomas. 
Talladega, Second— J. W. Coffman. 
Thomasville— E. S. Pugh, I. A. White. 
Troy— J. P. Wood. 

Tuscaloosa, First^H. B. Foster, J. W. Abercrombie. 
Tuscaloosa, Monish Memorial — J. H. Barber. 
Tuskegee— W. W. Campbell. C. W. Hare, J. R. Curry. 



Al.AHAMA UAI'IIST STATI' COWESTUiS. o!» 

Union Springs — S. V. T. ClKimhk-i'. 
Wetumpka — A. G. Mosck-v. 
Whistler— H. V. Daffin 

From Associations. 

Alabama— \V. M. McQueen. 

Bethlehem— S. G. Ward. 

Blount County— D. D. Head. 

Butler County— R. L. Shanks. 

CaUmun County — J. W. Long, D. C. Cooper. 

Carey— J. W. Dean, L. G. Dean. 

Central— J. H. Darden. 

Clarke County — J. H. Creighton. 

Coffee County— P. L. Moselley, D. P. Lee. 

Conecuh County — M. C. Reynolds, M. J. Morris. 

Crenshaw County — L. T. Reeves, T. T. Dohbs. 

Dale County — A. L. Blizard. 

DeKalb County— W. B. Riddle. 

East Liberty— W. C. Bledsoe. 

Liberty— R. E. Pettus. 

Mobile — J. M. Kailin. 

Pine Barren — D. W. Ramsey, T. M. Perryman. 

Randolph County^F. P. Nichols. 

Selma — Lewis Johnson. 

St. Clair County— W. P. Lovell. 

Union — J. F. Brock. 

Unity— J. N. Billingsley. 

Washington County — W. A. Darden. 

Visitors, 

B. D. Gray — Corresponding Secretary Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga* 
W. H. Smith^Editorial Secretary, Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va. 
W. J. McGlothlin — Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. 
J. T. Henderson — General Secretary Laymen's Movement, Bristol, Va. 
Brooks Lawrence — Superintendent Alabama Anti-Saloon League. 

S. A. Smith, Superintendent Louisiana Anti-Saloon League. 

W. D. Upshaw, Golden Age, Atlanta, Ga. 

J. A. Lee, Glencoe, Ky. 

A. W. Tate, Principal Newton Collegiate Institute. 

T. O. Reese, Evangelist of Home Mission Board, Birmingham, Ala. 

H. W. Rumbley, Monroeville, Ala. 

E. A. Hood. Wetumpka, Ala. 

G. G. Callaway, Wetumpka, Ala. 

J. W. Cohron, Mexia, Ala. 

L. H. Williams, Upper Alton, 111. 

Ira L. Jordan, Castleberry, Ala. 

D. M. Eiland, Brantley, Ala. 

W. S. Nash, Tunnel Springs, Ala. 

C. J. Jackson, Tunnel Springs, Ala. 
W. T. Day, Greenville, Ala. 

A. R. Bond, Marietta, Ga. 

R. D. Bevis, Bascom, Fla. 

H. S. MeMillon, Newton, Ala. 

Mrs. J. R. G. White, Ft. Deposit, Ala. 

Mrs. Robt. EUington, Prattville, Ala. 

Mrs. J. A. Cannon, Deatsville, Ala. 

Mrs. T. A. Wooten, Andalusia, Ala. 



60 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Mrs. Frank Walthall, Montgomery, Ala. 
Miss Laura Bishop, Ft. Deposit, Ala. 
Miss T. J. Higgs, Montgomery, Ala. 
Miss Mollie Henderson, Enterprise, Ala. 
Miss Irene Stodghill, Birmingham, Ala. 




ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE C(-)NVENTION. 61 



FORM OF BEQUESTS. 

Wl' arc i^kid to observe increjisin^j insl;inces of (nir Baptist pcojile iiuIiKiitiK 
in their Wills, lejiucies an 1 devices to our icnominaticinal an<l religious enter- 
prises and institutions. They are laying up treasurers for themselves in heaven. 

When convenient, it is sugj^ested that the Will be drawn by some one hav- 
m^ experience in such matters, though this is not a legal recjuirement. 

The following arc suggested as simple forms: 

"I hereby give to the Alabama Baptist State Convention, the following 
property" (Here describe the property so it can be easily identified.) Or 

"I hereby give to (Here set out any of the other institutions or enterprises) 
the following property," etc., as above. 

The following are some of the enterprises, institutions, boards, etc.. 
owned and supported by the Baptists of Alabama. 

(a) State Board of Missions, Montgomery, Alabama. 

(b) Bible and Colportage and Tract Distribution, Montgomery, Ala- 
bama. 

(c) Aged and Infirm Minister's Board, Birmingham, Alabama. 

(d) Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. Montgomery, Alabama. 

(e) Louise Short, Baptist Widow's and Orphan's Home, Evergreen, Ala- 
bama. 

(f) Ministerial Education Board, East Lake, Alabama. 

(g) Judson College, Marion, Alabama. 

(h) Howard College, East Lake, Alabama, 
(j) Southeast Alabama Collegiate Institntc, Newton, Ala. 
(i) Southeast Alabama Collegiate Institute. Newton, Alabama, 
(k) Healing Springs Industrial Academv , Healing Springs. Alabama. 
(1) Alabama Central Female College, Tuscaloose, Ala. 
The following schools in Alabama are maintained by the Home Mission 
Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, and are worthy of consideration: 

Gaylesville Academy, Gaylesville, Alabama. 

Bridgeport Academy, Bridgeport, Alabama. 

Eldridge Academy, Eldridgc, Alabama. 

Beeson Academy, Pisgah, Alabama. 

The enterprises belonging to the Southern Baptist Convention to which 
bequests might bs made are: 

The Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Georgia. 

The Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Virginia. 

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. 

The Southern Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. 

In the bequest the testator may state the specific purpose for which the 
same is to be used, or may simply leave the property to the institution, board, 
etc., as the case may be, to be used as it sees fit in maintaining or supporting 
any of the objects or enterprises. 

The Will may direct the corpus or body of the gift to kept intact and only 
the net income used, or may not so restrict it. 

In each instance describe accurately the property so that it can easily be 
identified, and the particular uses to which it is to be applied. 

Our law requires Wills to be signed in the presence of two subscribing wit- 
nesses, who can write their names. 



62 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Constitution. 



ARTICLE I. — This body shall be known as "The Alabama Baptist State 
Convention," and shall consist: (1) of three delegates from each Baptist Dis- 
trict Association in Alabama co-operating with this Convention, if said 
Association shall have five hundred members, or under, and one additional 
delegate for every five hundred members, or fraction thereof, above that 
number, whose annual election or appointment shall be duly certified by the 
printed minutes or certificate of an officer of the Association represented by 
them; (2) of one delegate from each church co-operating with this Convention, 
if said church shall have fifty members, or under, and one additional delegate 
for every fifty members, or fraction thereof, above that number; (.3) of persons 
who contribute funds or are representstives of churches contributing funds 
for the regular work of this:onvention, on the basis of one- representative for 
each one hundred dollars actually paid into the treasury of the Boards of 
this Convention during the fiscal year preceding its assembly. But in all 
cases must delegates to this body be brethren of Baptist churches in good 
standing. 

ARTICLE II. — The officers of the Convention shall be a President' 
First and Second Vice-Presidents, a Recording Secretary and a Treasurer' 
together with a Board of Directors, as hereinafter named, who shall be elected 
at each meeting, and who shall hold their offices until their successors are 
elected. 

ARTICLE III. — The President, or, in case of his adsence, one of the 
Vice-Presidents, in their order, shall preside at all the deliberations of the 
Convention, and discharge the duties usually imposed upon an executive 
officer of deliberative bodies. 

ARTICLE IV. — The Secretary shall make a fair record of the proceedings 
of the Convention, and soon after the rising of each regular meeting of the 
body shall attend to the printing and distribution of the minutes of the same, 
of which he shall preserve a file, which file shall constitute the authentic re- 
cord of the Convention. He shall also conduct the correspondence of the 
body. For his services he may receive a reasonable compensation. The 
printing of the minutes of the Convention and the compensation of the Secre- 
tary shall be paid for by a pro rata taken from the funds sent for the various 
objects fostered by this body each year. 

ARTICLE V. — The Treasurer shall take charge of the funds of the 
Convention, and hold the sane subject to the order of this body, or of the 
Board of Directors during the recess of the Convention; and he shall make 
an annual report of all receipts and expenditures, which shall be audited and 
published with the minutes. 

ARTICLE VI.— The President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treas- 
urer, with nine other brethern, shall compose the Board of Directors, five 
of whom shall form a quorum authorized to transact any business of the 
Convention during the recess thereof, and shall report their proceedings at 
each annual meeting of the Convention. 

ARTICLE VII. — The President shall have power to call a meeting of 
the Board of Directors whenever the exigency of the circumstances may, in 
his judgement, require the same. 

ARTICLE VIII. — The design of this Convention shall be to elicit, com- 
bine and direct the energies of the Baptists of Alabama in one sacred eflfort 



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encourage and promote (1) the propagation of the gospel in this State, and, 
through the Southern Baptist Convention, in the destitute parts of the world; 
(2) the education of tht)se it believes called If (jo<1 to the ministry; (li) the 
education of the youth of our country; (4) the publication ami distributation 
of the word of God and other literature; (o) the organization and usefullncss 
of Sunday Schools and other religious and educational movements it may 
deem promotive of the interests of the Kingdom of Christ and s;metioned 
by the Word of God. 

ARTICLE IX. — The Convention shall liave the supreme control of any 
literary or theological institution which has l)een, or may hereafter be origi- 
nated in this body; and it shall choose for .such institution a board of twenty- 
four tnistees, to serve for six years, of whom one-third shall go out of f)ffice 
biennially; and the said trustees shall on all occasions be subject to the con- 
troll of the Convention, and make an annual report to this body on the .state 
of such institution. 

ARTICLE X. — The Convention may receive funds from all such as may 
be disposed to aid in any of the benevolent purposes mentioned in the Eight 
Article and it shall faithfully apply funds contributed to the objects which 
may be designated by the donors, a portion, however, being taken pro rata 
from the same for contingent expenses in the event of the insufficiency of the 
general fund for that purpose. 

ARTICLE XI. — The Convention may employ agents, whose duly it 
shall be to make collections, obtain subscriptions from societies, sohcit 
churches and associations to unite with the Convention and to further all 
objects of this body. 

ARTICLE XII. — The Convention shall have power to send delegates 
to the Southern Baptist Convention, and to any other assembly with which, 
in its wisdom, it may wish to communicate. 

ARTICLE XIII.— The Convention shall hold its meetings at such time 
and place as it shall, from time to time, appoint. 

ARTICLE XIV.— The funds of the Convention shall consist of voluntary 
contributions or donations and not otherwise. 

ARTICLE XV.— The Convention disclaims all right of exercising 
authority over any church or association, hereby acknowledging that every 
church is independent, and, within its own sphere, is accountable to no body 
of men on earth. 

ARTICLE XVI.— This Constitution may be altered or amended by th*^ 
concurrence of three-fourths of the members present at any annual meeting- 
but not so as to infringe the Fifteenth Article. 

ARTICLE XVII.— All amendments or alterations of this Constitution 
shall be proposed at one session and acted on at the next. 

Kerfoot's "Parliamentary Law" and Mell's "Parliamentary Practice." 
so far as applicable, have been adopted for the government of the Convention, 
the former to govern in points where they conflict. (Item 19, Minutes 1900.) 



64 ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



ALABAMA BAPTIST MINISTERIAL BENEFIT SOCIETY. 

Greenville, Ala., July 20, 1911. 

The ninth annual meeting of the Alabama Baptist Ministerial Benefit 
Society was held on Thursday, July 20, 1911, at 5 o'clock p. m., in connection 
with the session of the Alabama Baptist State Conventio i. The annual report 
of the President was read, as follows: 
To the Ministerial Benefit Society — Dear Brethren: 

The report of our Secretary-Treasurer shows that we have met every 
obligation and have some money in the Treasury. 

Three of our members have died. One of "these, Brother John T. Davis, 
was one of our most liberal laymen. He cheerfully paid his annual dues in 
advance and promptly met every assessment. The other two were ministers. 
To the family of one we have paid $50-4 and have in hand for the other $400 to 
be paid. What a blessing it is to them and what a pleasure to the members to 
make this small contribution! 

We are sorry to discover that sixteen of our members have been suspended 
for failure to pay their dues. Doubtless these brethren did not intend to let 
their membership lapse, but grew careless or changed their post offices without 
notifying the Secretary-Treasurer. 

We must run our Society on strictly business principles if we hope to com- 
mend it to business men. The Secretary-Treasurer follows the law strictly 
and drops the names when the parties do not respond within the time prescribed 
by the Constitution. 

Our membership, now 302, is a very small number, compared to what we 
should have. When we consider the little cost of this sort of insurance and the 
benevolent feature, it looks like every active preacher would wish to have 
membership with us. Every member should exert his influence to bring every 
active preacher, within the age limit, to see his duty to his family to join. 
There are many laymen who need only to have their attention called to it, to 
become members. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. B. CRUMPTON, President. 

The report of the Secretary-Treasurer was read and adopted as folows: 

Financial Statement 

The statement of finances for the year ending July 15, 1911, is as follows: 

Received. 

Cash on hand July 15, 1910 $ 337 59 

Received from membership and Expense Fees 270 00 

Received on Assessment No. 11 512 00 

Received on Assessment No. 12. --- 436 00 

$1,565 59 
Paid Out. 

General Expenses $ 184 58 

Paid Mrs. J. W. McCollum 25 48 

Paid Mrs. M. J. Morgan 504 00 

Paid Dues and Assessments 11 and 12 Rev. H. W. Provence 5 00 

Cash on hand July 15, 1911 836 53 

$1,555 59 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. J. ELLIOTT, Secretary-Treasurer. 



ALABAMA BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 65 



I have this day examined the books and accounts of W. J. Elliott, Sec-rc- 
tary-Troasurcr, and find the same correct. 

Montnomcry Ala. July lo 1911. \V. B. CRUM i'T( J.\I Auditor. 

The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: 

President, W. B. Cruinpton; Secretary-Treasurer, W. J. Klliott; Execu- 
tive Committee — President. Secretary -Treasurer, C. A. Stakely. 1. A. Ccwik 
and J. H. Bush. 

W. J. ELLIOTT. Sec'y-Treas. W. B. CRUMPTON, President. 






66 ALABAMA BAPTiST STATE CONVENTION. 



MINUTES OF MINISTER'S MEETING. 

Greenville, Ala., July 18, 1911. 

The Alabama Baptist Minister's meeting was called to order at 9 a. m., 
by Secretary, W. B. Crumpton in the Baptist meeting house at Greenville. 
On the previous evening in the same building a sermon had been preached by 
F. M. Woods, of Clanton, Alabama. 

Devotional services for fifteen minutes were conducted by J. G. Dobbins, 
of Orrville. Psalm 23 was read and prayers were offered by J. L. Jackson and 
L. C. DeWitt. 

A. T. Simms of Geneva, Ala., was elected moderator and S. A. Cowan of 
Montgomery was elected secretary. The program that had been arranged for 
the meeting was carried ont with few changes. 

The first topic for discussion was "The Minister and the Sunday School." 
W. F. Yarborough of Anniston, led the dicussion stating that a minister must 
have Sunday School ideals, Sunday School convictions and be able to teach the 
teachers. No one else was given time to discuss the topic. "The Minister 
and Missions" was discussed by Richard Hall of Evergreen. The speaker set 
forth the fact that a minister should study missions, study to know something 
about the important subject, study to know how to meet the critic of mission 
work and above all study the Bible on missions. 

The topic was further discussed by W. J. E. Cox, W. B. Crumpton, C. H. 
German, J. L. Rosser, F. W. Barnett, W. F. Yarborough and A. D. Glass. 

A discussion of the "Minister and Church Finances" was led by S. A. 
Cowan of Montgomery, who urged the necessity of regular, systematic, intel- 
ligent and proportionate giving. The speaker said that the minister should 
teach his people first of all that they are to give, in the second place he is to 
teach them why they are to give and in the third place, teach them how they 
are to give. The topic was further discussed by J. G. Dobbins, Richard Hall 
and J. H. Longcrier. 

Arnold S. Smith of Alexander City, led in discussion on the topic, "The 
Minister and Woman's Work." The speaker reviewed the work of women in 
the churches, referring to the faithful women of the New Testament and urged 
upon the ministers the duty of encouraging the women in their' work. 

"The Sermon to Ministers" according to the printed program was to have 
been preached by Rev. J. M. Frost, D. D., secretary of the Sunday School 
Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Frost was detained in Nash- 
ville, but sent the following message by lettergram: 

Nashville, Tenn., July 17, 1911. 
"The Baptist Ministers' Meeting." care of Baptist Church, Greenville, Ala. 

"Unavoidably detained. Cannot be with you. Sorely disappointed. All 
arrangements were made to leave tonight. Give brethren my love. My heart 
was set to be with you. Subject of the sermon, 'The God of Jonah, the 
Preacher's God,' Jonah 1: 8, 9. Wish I could bring the message." 

There was general regret at the absence of Dr. Frost but the place was well 
supplied by Dr. W. J. E. Cox, secretary of the Baptist Educational Commission 
of Alabama. 

The text of the sermon was Proverbs. 3: 9. "Honor the Lord wnth thy 
substance and with the first fruits of all thine increase." The subject of the 
sermon as announced being, "Worshiping Jehoval with Our Property." Stress 
was put upon the duty of tithing. The speaker stating that tithing was alaw 
of God that had not been revoked. The meaning of tithing was explained 
following some questions at the close of the sermon and the tithers were called 
for when quite a number stood and testified to the pleasure and profit of tithing. 
The meeting adjourned at noon with prayer by Dr. Cox. 

The afternoon session was opened at 2.30 o'clock with devotional services 
led by George W. McRea, of Mobile. 



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The first topic of the afternoon. "The Minister in His Study." was led 
by J. L. Rosser of Sclma. Tht' speaker staled that a minister should have a 
study anil that he should he found mueh in it. The fact was hrouxht out that 
preachers who have gotten the ears of the people and instructed them in the 
word and work of the Lord have been men who have studied. Xo time was 
allowed for the open discussion of this topic. 

The discussion of the "Minister ami His Prayer Meeting" was led by E. 
M. Stewart of Florala. Tlie leader emphasized that it is very appropriate 
in many cases to refer to the minister and HIS prayer meeting. This topic 
was the most generally discussed of ^11 on the program of the day. S(jme 
advocateil the abolition of the prayer meetings. Others vigorously opposed 
any such plan. All seemed agreeed that the prayer meeting is a problem 
but that much good is gotten from them even if few attend. The open dis- 
cussion was participated in by J. L. Rosser, A. J. Dickinson, VV. B. Crumpton, 
\V. J. E. Cox, A. D. Glass, Prof. Brown of Dothan, A. T. Camp, L. C. DeWitt. 
(). P. Bcntley, J. G. Dobbins and A. T. Sims. 

"The Minister and Pastoral duties" was discussed briefly by A. T. Sims. 

R. S. Gavin of Huntsvillc discussed the topic. "Reaching the Masses." 

"The Minister and the Young People" was discussed by F. H. Farrington. 
H. L. Strickland and A. D. Glass. 

The night session closed the Ministers' Meeting. In this session was 
commemorated the Three-hundredth Anniversary of the English Bible. A. J 
Dickinson spoke on "Translation Prior to the Authorized Version" and C. A. 
Stakely spoke on "The Authorized and Subsequent Versions." 

The enrollment showed 95 ministers present. 



LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS 



IN ORDER to perfect this list it is absolutely necessary that copies of the 
Minutes of the Associations be sent to me. It would save me a great 
amount of valuable time if the Clerks of the Associations would make 
their lists alphabetical. An earnest request is herewith made of the Clerks to 
print and send me a copy of their Minutes promptly. 

M. M. WOOD, 
Statistical Secretary, Furman, Ala. 
[Note — Star means Rural Free Delivery.] 



Abernathy, T. C, Athens 
Abernathy, W. W., Center 
Absher, W. H., Hanceville *2 
Acuflf, J A., Ensley 
Adams, J. R., Dothan *3 
Adams, N. P., Lay 
Adams, W. Y., Bangor 
Adams, S. A., Jackson 
Adams, W. R., Opehka *5 
Adams, G. W., D'ble Spr'gs 
Adams, S. M., Thorsby 
Adamson, R. J., Elba 
Aders, J. L., HuUins 
Akin, J. H., Morgan Spr'gs 
Allen, A. G., DeArmanville 
Allen, J. D., Tennille 
Aldridge, A. R.,B'ham*3 
Allen, R. M., Almond 
Allen, D. C, Paxton, Fla. 
Allen, G. W , Anniston 
Alexander, Allen, Fyffe 
Alexander, W. A., Altoona *1 
Alexander, J. C, B'ham 
Alford, H. O., B'ham 
Almon,W.U.,Heflin*l 
Anders, J. L., Leighton 
Anderson, O. T., Louisville, Ky. 
Anderson, H. L., Hiberger 
Anderson, J. D., Mobile 
Anderson, W.-M., D.D., B'ham 
Andrews, A., New Decatur 
Andrews, W. S., Greenville 
Ansley, S. J., East Lake 
Apsey, J. G., Greensboro 
Armstrong, Aris, Headland 
Armstrong, W. J., Clanton 
Arnold, H. R., Athens 
Arnold, R. B., Ozark 
Arrington, Robt., Eufaula 



Ashcraft, R. C. A., Dingier 
Atkinson, E. S., Albertville 
Austin, J. T., Gadsden *2 
Aultman, N. L., Heiberger 
Austin, A., Rash 
Austin, W. H., Russellville 
Austin, S. A., Talladega 

Bagget, W. E., Huntsville 
Bagley, J. W., Taff 
Bailey, D. A., B'ham *3 
Bailey, W. M., Haley ville 
Bailey, P. P., Wedowee 
Baker, C. Ross, D.D., Opelika 
Baker, W. G., Bankston 
Baker, L. H., Berry *! 
Baker, R. A., Ensley 
Baker, A., Clanton *6 
Balch, W. M., Madison *1 
Ballenger, C, Brown's Creek 
Bane, G. W., Pisgah 
Barber, J. E., Fairview 
Barber, J. H., Tuscaloosa 
Barfield, A. M., Ashford 
Barfield, L. D., Naftel *1 
Barker, J. A., Elba *1 
Barnard, Frank, Pratt City 
Barnes, E. S., Fair Hope 
Barnes, J. E., Pratt City 
Barnes, M. J., Plateau 
Barnes, F. M., Ensley 
Barnett, J. A., Sylacauga 
Barnett, Frank WiUis, Birmingham 
Barnett, B. M., Shady Grove 
Barr, W. M., Bells Mill 
Bartlett, J. T., Round M't'n 
Bartlett, J. J., Falls City 
Bartley, W. T., Blanton 
Bateman, R. J., Troy 



lialos. 1,. A. I'l. Di'ix.su •! 

liatson, A. B., iriiam. West \uv\ 

Bat SI 111, A. J.. Ik'sscmer *v> 

HaxU-r. I. \V., Fniiulali' 

lical. J. A., IVhain, SOI S. l.Uli St. 

Ik-allr", J. 'P., Xorlhporl 

Ik'dcl, \V. H., Wavorly * 

Ik-an, J. R., Prall City 

Ik'cson, J. J., Stevenson 

Bell. G. L., Dadeville 

Bell, L. H., Bessemer *4 

ik'nnett, S. H., Goodwater 

ik-nsun, R. K., Nettlebon) 

ikntley, (). P., Enterprise 

Bentley, C. J., Birmingham, 

4022 4lli Ave., S. 
Ik'rry, C. D., Theodore 
Bethune, J. D., Sylvania 
Biee, F. W. C, Billingslev 
Bice. J. C. Ashville *3 
Bice, Isaac, Clanton *3 
Bird, Scott, Cullman *8 
Bishop. J. J., New Decatur *2 
Bishop, L. J., Ohatchie 
Black, Jehu, Brundidge 
Black, J. S., Sylacauga 
Blackman, H. H., Enterprise 
Blackman, S. J., Marble Valley 
Blackwelder, W. M., D.D., 

B'ham, West End 
Blair, Thomas, Center *1 
Blake, Preston, D.D., B'ham 
Blake, R. H., Haley ville 
Blankenship, W. J., Winfield *1 
Blankenship, J. A., Somcrville 
Bledsoe, W. C, D.D., LaFayette 
Blansit, W. C, Getup 
Blizard, A. L., Ozark 
Boiling, J. S., Sprott 
Boman, G. B., Heflin 
Bomar, P. V., D.D., Marion 
Bone, J. M., PrattviUe 
Bone, J. F., Sylacauga 
Bone, W. T., Clanton 
Bottoms, J. M., Clarkson 
Bowerman. E. M., Blountsville *2 
Bf)\vlcs, L. H., Troy 
Bowlin, J. W., Getup 
Bowlin, G. B., Heflin, *2 
Bracewell, B. F., Dothan 
Braden, J. P., Wedowee 
Bradlev, H. C, Oneonta *4 
Bradley. L. M., Selma 
Bradley, W. E., Oak Grove 
Brady, E. W., Gadsden 
Bragan, G. D., Greenville 
Bragg. G. W., Cullman *4 
Brandon. J. P., Jasper 



Braiiii.iin. .\1. T.. B'ham ♦ 
Brannf)n. A. S.. Ro.moke 
Jirasher. R. R.. 

319 Humes Ave., Huiilsville 
Brasher. W. I., Vandiver 
Brewer. G. E.. Montgomery 

115 Cramer Ave. 
Brewer, M. S., Inland 
Brewer, E. S.. Village Springs 
Brindley, G. L., Cullman *2 
Briscoe, A. W., Camp Hill 
Briscoe, M., Scottsboro 
Brittain, C. M., Columbia 
Brock, J. F., Carrollton 
Brock, L. N., Cloverdale *1 
Brock, J. S., Crudup 
Brock, W. E., Fruithurst ' 
Brooks, W. E., Edwardsville 
Brooks, R. W., Almore 
Brooks, J. W., Samson 
Brooks, W. C, Ashland 
Brooks, D. J., Elba 
Brooks, A. J., Spears 
Brooks, D. R., Danville 
Brooks, T. J., Victoria 
Bro\vn, E. L., Jasper 
Brown, C. T., Bridgeport 
Brown, Jesse, B'ham 
Brown, S. P., Munford 
■ Brown, J. R., Cullman *7 
Brown, W. S.. B'ham 

4804 10th Ave.. N. 
Brown. J. W.. Huntsville 
Brown, J. M., Boaz *o 
Brown. J. C Evergreen 
Brown. P. W., Bridgeport 
Browning, W. Y., Cordova 
Browning, A. J., Louina 
Brumbeloe, W. L., Hamilton 
Brunson, J. E., Mobile 
Bryan, David, Yantley 
Bryant, W. N., Dewdrop 
Buchanan, E. B., Florence 
Buchanan, J. S., Dora 
Bullard, W. W., Trinity 
Buckner, J. C, Oneonta *2 
Buford, A. C, Piedmont 
Bulger, P. D., Andalusia *3 
Bullock. W. W., Trinty *2 
Bunderick, A. J., Tennille *1 
Burden. C. J., LaFayette 
Burdeshaw, D. E.. Kinsey 
Burgess. D. M., Round Mountiiin *2 
Burgess, A. P., Mentone 
Burgess, T. G., Ashland 
Burson, S. R., Brookvillc 
Burson, J. D., B'ham *6 
Burton, M. C, Bessemer *t> 

2 



Busby, J. L., Calera *1 
Bush, W. M., Malvern 
Bush, J. H., Montgomery, 

1108 Highland Ave. 
Butts, J. A., Vincent 
Buzbee, J. E., Gravelton 
Buzbee, H. H., East Lake 
Bynum, H. G., Albertville 
Byrd, J. B., East Lake S+ation, B'ham 
Byrd, B., Citronelle 

Caddell, J. L., Warrior *1 
Cagle, A. J., Boaz *4 
Cain, W. H., Citronelle 
Caldwell, J. R., Prattville 
Caldwell, P. A., Montevallo 
Calloway, B. W., Weogufka 
Calvert, J. C, Bremen *2 
Cambron, W. T., Arab 
Camp, J. B., Phil Campbell 
Camp, C. D., Newell *1 
Camp, A. T., Northport 
Camp, H. T., Haleyville *1 
Campbell, W. J., Heflin *3 
Cannon, J. A., Deatsville 
Cannon, J. P., Adair 
Cannon, J. E., Arab *1 
Carhsle, R. W., Jonesboro 
Carlton, W. W., Montevallo 
Carlyle, P. H., Callahan 
Cam, S. R., Hollywood 
Carnes, A. B., Gedar Bluff 
Carr, S. H., Jacksonville 
Carr, Thomas, Warrior 
Carr, Geo. H., Crudup 
Carroll, D., Amos 
Carter, H. R., Chelsea 
Cash, J. M., Crossville *2 
Casey, A. J., Duck Springs 
Casey, A. K., Albertville 
Casey, J. L., Sidney 
Cass, J. A. R., Overlook 
Castello, B. J., Geneva 
Caudle, W. T., Crews Depot *1 
Cave, Thos. W., Stevenson 
Chadwick, J. T., Fyffe *! 
Chadwick, J. M., Gadsden 
Chambers, J. C, Russellville 
Chambers, L., Albertville *2 
Chambers, B., Cullman *9 
Chamblee, T. J., Bangor *2 
Chambliss, J. A., Georgiana 
Champion, J. E., Jemison *1 
Champion, J. L., N. B'ham 
Chance, G. C, Newton 
Chance, W. A., Cullman *9 ' 
Chandler, J. H., Coldwater 
Chandler, G. W., Hanceville 



Chandler, J. W., Munford 

Chapman, J. H., Tuscumbia 

Chase, E. M., Citronelle 

Chatman, M. Z. T., Lineville 

Cheatwood, B. A., Edwardsville 

Chilson, C. H., B'ham 

Chitwood, P. C, Portersville *1 

Church, A. S., Guntersville 

Churchill, J. H., Bell's Mill 

Churchwell, W. T., Oneonta *2 

Claiburn, W. M., Boaz *4 

Clark, J. W., Spruce Pine 

Clark, C. C, Riverton 

Clark, R. C, New Hope 

Clark, R. W., SuUigent 

Clark, E. J., Willington 

Clayton, J. J., Crossville *2 

Claxton, jL. N., Anniston 

Clements, D. G., Loachapoka 

Clements, S. W., New Lexington *1 

Clements, W. F., Bellwood 

Clifton, J. v., Weogufka 

Cloud, C. M., Thomaston 

Cofield, J. E., Hightower 

Cofield, W. P., Roanoke 

Coffee, R. L., Hartselle 

Coffman, J. W., Talladega 

Cohron, L. B., Excel 

Cohron, J. W., Excel 

Colburn, R., Eldridge 

Cole, W. M., Blountsville 

Collier, B. P., Somerville 

Colley, J. O., B'ham, 2516 Ave. F. 

Collier, W. J., Albertville *4 

Collins, D. S., Cams 

Colson, J. R., Phil Campbell 

Connell, W. H., Stanton 

Connell, L. A., Berry 

Connell, J. S., East Lake Sta., B'ham 

Cook, J. B., Braggs 

Cook, A. N., Huntsville 

Cook, B. L., Cullman *9 

Cook, J. A., Montgomery 

671 Mildred St. 
Cook, C. W., Greenville *2 
Cook, J. M., East Lake 
Cook, J. L. P., Greenville *1 
Cooper, J. C, Brown's Creek 
Cooper, R. M., Alex. City *2 
Cooper, J. T., 
Copley, P. J., Joppa 
Corbett, A. L., Fayette *2 
Corn, S. R., Hollywood 
Cotton, B. B., Lincoln 
Countryman, W. R., Perdido 
Countryman, A. J., Canoe 
Covington, J. A., Enterprise 



Cowan, S. A., Montjjomery 

20 Burlr.n Ave. 
Cox, J. !•:., Liltlfloii 
Cox, S. J., Blounlsvilk' *2 
Cox, W. S., Clanlon *1 
Cox, J. M.. Millport 
Craij^, L. I'., Hcssemcr 
C^ansmore, W. W., Bloclwii 
Crantford, L. B., Land 
Crawford, E.. Fyffe *2 
Crawford, W. L., Tupelo 
Creel, A. B., VVylam ^2 
Creel, J. E., Bangor 
Creel, A. J., Morris ^2 
Creighton, J. H., Wlialley 
Crosby, J. D., Semmcs 
Cross, S. L., Choecolocco 
Crowder, W. C, Shawmut 
Crumbley, J. W., Onconta *3 
Crumpton, W. B., Montgomery 
Crumpton, G. W., Columbiana *1 
Crutcher, N. D., Madison 
Culpepper, A., Ashland *4 
Culpepper, C. T., Opp 
Culpepper, S. B., Mountain Creek 
Cumbie, R. A. J., Louisville 
Cumbie, W A, Hartford 
Cunningham, C 

2312 35th Ave. N., B'ham 
Cunningham, B. E., Vernon *4 
Cunningham, W. J., Winfield 
Curbow. D. R., Somerville 
Curry, J. R., Tuskegee 
Curry, J. W., Elkwood, *1 
Curtis, H. S., East Lake 

Dabbs, M. C, Bessemer *5 
Daffin, H. V., Whistler 
Daniel, L N., Bowden, Ga., *2 
Darden, W. A., Healing Springs 
Daughtery, A., Dothan *4 
Davidson, E. F., Smith's Sta. 
Davidson, J. S., Honoraville 
Davis, G. W., Double Springs *2 
Davis, W. T., Lineville._ 
Davis, Tom J., Columbiana *2 
Davis, J. A., Quinton 
Davis, T. J., Columbiana 
Davis, W. A., Mountain Creek 
Davis, Z. T., Talladega 
Dawkins, J. D., Almond 
Dawson, J. D., Town Creek 
Dawson, L. O., D.D., Tusealoosa 
Dawson, J. R., Newton 
Deal, R. C, Ozark 
Dean, W. H., Ft. Deposit *2 
Dean, J. T., Dutton 
Dean, J. W., Almond 



Dean, J. E., East Lake 
Deason, T. J., Clanton *3 
Deason, j. 1)., Maplcsville *2 
DeBerry, Z. T., Chavies 
Deer, J. E., Roberts 
Deese, Z. Dothan *4 
DeLache, J. S., Oneonta 
Denham, N. C, Albertville 
Denton, J. G., Dawson 
Deshazo, J. B.. Black 
DeWitt, L. C, Selma 
Dickinson, J. A., Marion *1 
Dickinson, J. G., Gadsden 
Dickinson, A. J.. D.D., B'ham 

517 N. 22nd. St. 
Dickinson, D. W., Winfield 
Ditto, Samuel, Gctup 
Dobbins, J. G., Orrville 
Dobbs, O. C, Phoenix City 
Dobbs, T. T.. Rutlcdge 
Dobson, A. P., Cordova 
Dorman, H. T., Pinson *2 
Dorman, A., McLarty 
Dorman, L W., Pinson *2 
Dosier, M. B., Marble Valley 
Doster, S. W., Pinkard 
Dover, M. S. C, DcArmonvillc 
Dowling, P. M., Slocomb 
Draughn, H. E., Hacoda 
Drummond, J. P., Jasper *4 
Duffell, J. T., Opp *3 
Duelaney, W. A., Jones Mill 
Dunaway, J. W., Tyler 
Dukes, A. M., Cullman *8 
Duett, P. H., Guntersville *2 
Duncan, J. R., Pratt City 
Dunham, N. C, Albertville *4 
Dunlap, J. H., Cullman 
Dunlap, J. W., Hissop 
Dunlap, J. C, Sylacauga 
Dunn, H. C, Pisgah 
Dunn, J. A., Daviston 
Durant, R. L., Wylam 
Dyar, R. V., Hamilton *2 
Dyer, R. E., Vincent 
Dyer, W. W.. New Lexington 
Dyer, J. J., Alexander 
Dykes, J. H., Newton 

Eaves, J. A., New Decatur 
Easley, A. J., Escatawpa 
Edwards, H., Hanceville 
Edwards, M. P., Auburn 
Eiland, C. L., Brantlev 
Eiland, D. ^L, Brantley 
Edwards, J. L., 
Ekblad, C. H., Silver Hill 
Elliott, W. J., Montgomery 



Ellison, F. A., Clanton *5 

Emfinger, A. E., Perote 

Ennis, R. L., Ozella 

Epperson, J. J., Talladega Springs 

Epps, A. W., Anniston 

Errvin, B. F., Piedmont 

Estill, I , Guin 

Estes, J. A., Reform 

Estes, R. F., Addison 

Estes, R. L., Tallassee *1 

Ethridge, A. W., Coffeeville 

Evans, J. A., Woodlawn 

Fagan, G. W., Isney 

Fain, J. J., Ozark 

Falks, J. D., Bessemer *1 

Fancher, H. W., Mobile, Y. M. C. A. 

Farrar, E. B., Pine Apple 

Faulkner, W. W., Slocomb 

Fargason, T. B., Dudley ville 

Farrington, F. H., Roanoke 

Fendley, J. H., Fulton 

Fendley, L. T., Oneonta *4 

Ferguson, J. B.. vSamantha 

Ferrell, E., Haley ville 

Fikes, A. D., Warrior 

Flannagan, F. M., Phoenix 

Fleming, F. J., Hartford 

Fleming, N. B., Elba 

Fleming, J. W., Jackson 

Fletcher, F. M., Garland *2 

Fletcher, G. B., Albertville 

Flood, J. M., Attalla 

Flippo, J. T., Pearce's Mill 

Floyd, B. P., Andalusia *5 

Folk, H. B., Livingston 

Folmer, R. H., Dothan 

Fort, W. L., McWilliams 

Foshee, A. L., Thorsby *1 

Foster L. S., Fruithurst 

Foster, W. T., Midway 

Fowler, W. A., KuUen *2 

Fowler, T. G., Phil Campbell 

Freece, D. F., New Hope 

FrankHn, T. W., Pratt City *1 

Freeman, Geo. W., Fayette *1 

Freeman, G. W., Montevallo 

French, J. A., D.D., Eufaula 

Frost, M. J., Hodges 

Fry mire, J. M., Searcy 

Fuller, J. D., New Brocton 

Funderburg, D. F., Cropwell 

Gable, J. F., Albertville 
Galloway, J. C, Goldville 
Gann, M. A., Heflin 
Gardner, J. H., Lubbub 
Garner, T. J., Ai 



Garner, W. E., Hopewell *1 
Garner, B. L., Avondale 
Garrett, C. L., Montgomery 
Garrett, G. B., Hanover 
Garrett, W. M., Boaz 
Garrett, W. H., Albertville 
Garrett, F. A., Host 
Gavin, R. S., Huntsville 
Gay, A. A., Hamilton 
'Gentry, J. P., Jemison *1 
Gentry, J. W., Round Mt'n 
German, C. H., Eclectic 
Gibson, A. L., Barry town 
Gibson, G. W., Arley 
Gibson, J. F., Vineland 
Gibson, S. B. Vernon 
Giddings, W. H., Thomasville 
Gilbert, J. H., Sylacauga 
Gilbert, W. S., Bessemer 
Giles, B. F., Tuscaloosa 
Gililand, J. H., Jaspers *4 
Gilmer, J. C, Alex. City 
Gilmore, J. M., Monroeville 
Gilmore, M. B., Louisville *3 
Gilpin, W. F., Fayette 
Givings, S. L., Alameda 
Glass, A. D., B'ham, 300 1st Ave. 
Glass, T. W., Tallassee 
Glenn, M. H., Hodges 
Godfrey, W. J., Lubbub 
Goodwin, J. N., Pinetuckey 
Gothard, J. M., Jemison 
Gowder, R. A., Hodges 
Graham, J. P., Elba 
Gravett, T. D., Quenalda 
Gravelee, H. J., Dora 
Gravelee, G. W., Newtonville 
Gray, A. A., Hamilton 
Green, A. W., Guin 
Green, E. F., Munice 
Green, J. A., Hackleburg 
Greer, O. W., East Lake Sta.^ B'ham 
Gregory, B. A., CoUinsville 
Griffin, W. S., Alexandria 
Griffin J. E., Odenville *1 
Griffin, W. H., Daviston 
Griffith, J. W., Hacoda 
Griffith, J. R., Forest Home 
Griggs, H. W., Linwood 
Griggs, D. H., Addison 
Grizzle, E. H., Ragland 
Grogan, W. W., Cedar Bluff 
Groover, W. P., Boaz *5 
Gross, A. J., Wedowee *2 
Grubbs, J. W., Heffin *3 
Guin, H. C, Boykin 
Gunter, J. H., Newton 
Gunter, G. W., Talladega *4 

5j 



Guthrif, \V. H., Cullman 
Guthrie, J no., Shcflk-Kl 
Gwaltney, J. I)., D.U. New Decatur 
Gwaltney, I.. L., Grt'cnvilk' 

Hacker, S. S., New Decatur, 

t)U!) W. oth Ave. 
Haffey, C. A., Altoona 
Hagood, J. J., Andalusia 
Hagood, E. W., Evergreen 
Haggard, J. VV., Greensboro * 
Hallbrooks, Jas., Sonierville 
Hale. VV. P., Shelby 
Hale, J. H., Alabama City 
Haley, J. H., Boaz ^4 
Hall, Richard, D.l^., Evergreen 
Hall, W. T., Larkin 
Hall, J. iM., Priehard 
Hallmon, J. R., Berry *1 
Halstead, A. D., iMid City 
Hamric, J. B., Crossville *1 
Hamric, S. N., Sulphur Springs 
Hamner, J. \V., Alexander City 
Hamner, J. D., Hulsey 
Hand, J. L., Newton 
Hanes, D. J., Eulaton 
Haney, Q. D., Hamilton 
Hanson, T. R., Cave Spring, Ga. 
Hanson, E. D., Cave Spring, Ga. 
Harbison, J. H., Ardell 
Hardin, B. G., Belgreen 
Hare, M. V., Andalusia 
Hare, S. J., Ashville *2 
Hamion, W. B., Tallassee 
Harnell, W. H., Millerville 
Harper, D. J., Nauvoo 
Harrcll, W. B., Fulton 
Harris, M. L., Cullman 
Harris, J. C, Eden *1 
Harris, Ira, Anniston 
Harris, O. C, Hillsboro 
Harris, G. D., Piedmont 
Harrison, T. K., Brookwood 
Harrison, G. W., Headland 
Harwell, W. H., Millerville 
Hastings, S. M., Larkinsville 
Hatfield, L. A., Mt. Rozell *1 
Hawkins, R. F., Luvcrne 
Hayes, T. E., Stout's Mountain 
Haynes, D. J. Anniston *S 
Haynes, J. W., Talladega 
Head, D. D., Oneonta 
Head, H. W., N. B'ham 
Hearn, L. L., Altoona 
Heatherly, J. W., Bremen *2 
Heaton, J. L., Hartselle 
Heaton, J. W., Gadsden *2 
Heifner, B. P., Bridgeport 



Helms. C. O.. Elba M 

Helms. J. J., Haneeville *2 

Hclveslon, F. M., Oichton 

Heinbree, J. H.. I^anvillc 

Henderson, E. C, Caslleberr>' 

Hendricks, J. A., East Lake Sla..B'hm 

Hcndritkson, G. D., Caslleberry 

Henry. W. H.. Roanoke *3 

Henson. W. C, Sheffield 

Heptinslall. J. C. Alabama City 

Herring, P. L., Brofjkwood 

Herring, J. E.. Sumlerville 

Herring, R., Newton 

Hester. R. B., Roanoke 

Hester, J. H., Lamar, *2 

Hester, Chas., Billingsley 

Hester, L. A., Moundville 

Hicks, W. L. Delmar 

Hicks, R. H. Heflin *6 

Hicks, D. B., Cullman *8 

Higdon, J. H., Georgiana 

Higginbotham, R. M., Hollywood 

Hill, J. C, Wayne 

Higgins, W. O., Anniston *3 

Hill, T. P., Alabama City *! 

Hill, R. H., vSmith's Station 

Hilliard, J. W., Monrovia 

Hincy, J. T., Spring Garden 

Hinson, J. H., Pledger 

Hitt, J. M., Somerville 

Hix, D. B., High tower *6 

Hix, G. L., Bells Mill *1 

Hodge, S. E., May 

Hobson, D. H., Cedar Grove 

Hobson, L. D., Pell City 

Hodnett, L. P., Lineville 

Holcomb, D. R., Taff 

Holcomb, T. D., Haneeville 

Holcombe, A. H., B'ham *7 

Holden, J. C, Duke *1 

Holdridge, G. W., Sikesville 

HoUiday, H. J., LaFayette 

HoUoway, C. A., Lamar 

HoUoway, C. L, Logan 

Holloway, C. W., Wedowee *1 

Hollev, J. E., Flomaton 

Holly, F. M., Hamilton 

Holly, E. B., Hissop 

Holmes, L J., Haneeville *2 

Honeycutt, R. M., Jemison 

Hood, James, Haley ville 

Hood, N. A., Ashville 

Hopkins, W. S., Reedbrake 

Hopper, W. C, Ripley 

Horton, J. B., Cleveland 

Horton, J. S., Ducks Springs 

Horton, T. H., Boaz *t3 

Hosmer, J. \V., Alabama City 



Howard, S. J., B'ham *4 
Houston, J. P.. Heflin 
Howell, R., Carnes 
Howell, C, Huntland, Tenn. 
Howell, W. P., Andalusia 
Howton, D. W., Adger *1 
Hubbard, W. D.,'D.D., Montevallo 
Hubbard, W. G., Eoline 
Hutchins, J. S., Cottondale 
Huckaba, O. F., Smithsonia 
Huckaba, S. M., Killen 
Huckabee, J. A., Aimwell 
Huckabee, W. N., Pineapple 
Hudson, H. C, Decatur 
Hudson, P. L., Birmingham 
Hudson, F. T., Auburn 
Hudson, R. H., Montgomery *5 
Hudson, J. D., Thomasville 
Huett, John, Clanton *3 
Huey, J. M.,East Lake Sta., B'ham 
Huey, M. T., Wylam 
Huff,]. A., Hartsell 
Huffman, J. W., Talladega 
Huggins, J. A., Oakman 
Hughes, W. W., Maplesville *1 
Hughes, B. C, B'ham 

4001 5th Ave., N. 
Hughes, J. T., Warrior *1 
Hughes, B. F., Morris *2 
Hughes, J. D., Salter 
Hulbert, M. E., Escatawpa 
Hulsey, T. R., Pisgah *2 
Hurley, T., Russellville 
Hunter, J. P., Opelika 
Hunter, R. M., Newton 
Humphries, F. M., Gallant 
Hutchins, Jno., Cottondale 
Hutchins, N. D., Cottondale *1 
Hutchins, W. B., Russellville 

Ingram, J. W., Section *2 
Ingram, J. L., Chandler Spgs. 
Ingram, H. J., Chandler Spgs. 
Ingram, S. J., Delta 
Ingram, F. J., Ashland 
Inzer, I. W., Odenville *1 
Irvine, L. B., Henegar 
Irvine, F. W., Sheffield 
Isbell, J. F., Francisco 
Isabell, C. T., Dunnavant 
Isbell, J. W., Limerock 
Isdel, R. L.. Albertville 

Jacks, W. I., Owen's X Roads 
Jackson, F. M., Tuscumbia 
Jackson, J. L., Hurtsboro 
James, Willie, Cuba 
James, W. K. E., Board 



James, C. N., Oxford 
James, J. N., Belgreen 
James, B. H., Vina *2 
Jarvis, N. J., Montevallo 
Jefferson, J. R., Dora 
Jefferson, R., Wilsonville 
Jenkins, J. K., Hollywood 
Jenkins, A. M., Dadeville 
Jenkins, J. A., Montgomery 
Jennings, E. H., Dothan 
Jernigan, J. S., B'ham *6 
Jester, A. J., Gadsden 
Jester, T. C, East Lake 
Johnson, A. J., Boaz 
Johnson, Melvin, Heflin *3 
Johnson, J. T., Haleyville 
Johnson, W. H., Vinedale 
Johnson, J. J., Sylacauga 
Johnson, A., De Armanville 
Johnson, J. C, Pratt City 
Johnson, J. D., Delta 
Johnson, C. S., Anniston 
Johnson, T. M., Russellville *2 
Johnson, M. A., Ashland 
Johnson, J. M., Electic 
Johnson, A. C, Almond 
Johnson, H. L., Jacksonville 
Johnson, I. J., Elba *2 
Johnson, J. E., Tennille *1 
Johnson, W. H., Acme 
Johnston, W. R., South Hill 
Johnston, D. P., Pyriton 
Joiner, A. L., Albertville *3 
Joiner, C. W., Cullman *9 
Joiner, H. M., Ashland 
Johey, A. M., Alabama City 
Jones, H. M., Pyriton 
Jones, C. E., Clio 
Jones, J. W., Nicholsville 
Jones, F. M., Morrisville 
Jones, J. E., Garth 
Jones, H. S., Goodwater 
Jones, Jno. W., Vina 
Jones, W. S., Andalusia *1 
Jones, W. B., Goldville 
Jones, M. L., Coal Valley 
Jones, H. N., Ashville *3 
Jones, J. S., Alex. City 
Jones, J. T., Corona *2 
Jones, A. D., Ragland 
Jones, W. L., Andalusia *7 
Jones, J. A., Andalusia 
Jordan, Ira, Castleberry 
Jordan, J. L., Almond 
Jordan, J. M., Ashville *3 
Jowers, D. P., Vineland 
Joyner, J. W., Georgiana 
Judd, E. P. H., Whistler 



Kailin. J. M.. Mobile, 7'VA CoiiU Si. 
Kay, G. \V., Elk wood *1 
Keel, J. A., Equality *7 
Keel, J. P., Scotlsboro 
Keener, M. I)., Center *2 
Kellcy, J. C, Dothan *0 
Kelly. T. A., Eciuality *1 
Kelly, W. P., Crossville *2 
Kelly, T. J., Addison 
Kempton, A. J., Camden 
Kennedy, J. W. H., Arab *1 
Kennington, J. W., Clintonville 
Kerr. G. W.. Refomi 
Kerridge, William, Thomasville 
Keyton, J. R., Dothan 
Kidd, R. A.. Vincent 
Kierce, G. W., Red Level 
Kilgrove, J. E., Fatten 
Killian, W. A., Portervillc 
Kilpatrick. J. B., B'ham *4 
Kilpatrick, J. S.. Marl 
Kimbrell, J. M.. Corona 
Kimbrough, D. E., Wadley 
Kincaid V. C, B'ham, Boyles 
Kincharr, Jno., Shibboleth 
Kirk. W. J., Guin 
Kirkland, W. C, Newton 
Kirkland, L. A., Webb 
Kirkland, R. C, Volina 
Kirkland, W. W., N. B'ham 
Kirkland, B. F., Blountsville *1 
Kite, D. W., Handley 
King, B. F., Hazel Green 
Kizziah. J., Cottondalc *2 
Knight. H. C, Heflin *3 
Knight, W. L., Bessemer *5 
Knowles, J. W., Lineville 
Knowles, S. J., Headland 

Lackey, J. H., Albertville 
Lackey, W. H., CoUinsville 
LafoUett, W. J., Boaz 
Lambert, J. S., Bav Minette 
Lambert, C. T., Hanceville *2 
Lancaster, W. E., Riverton 
Landers, J. H., Heflin *6 
Laney, E. E., Daviston 
Langford, W. C, Littleville 
Langham, J. W., Nat. Cemet., Mobile 
Langley, A. W., East Tallasee 
Langston, O. P., Duncanville 
Lanier, M. W., East Lake 
Larkin, J. R., Coatopa 
Lawley, J. W., Margaret 
Lay ton. ]. O., Ragland 
Lay ton, W. J., Roanoke 
Lawrence, T. N., Lawley 
Leake, J. W. S., Bremen 

8 



Leatli. U. T.. Jamest<jwn '1 

Leath. W. J., Round Mtn. 

Leathers. S. M., Liberty *l 

Leckie, C. J., Boiling 

Ledbetter, R. C, Cullman *.'l 

Lee, S. L., Hartford 

Lee. S. W., Phil Campbell *3 

Lee, A. J., Talladega 

Lee, R. B.. Eufaula 

Lee. D. P., Elba 

Lee, W. W., B'ham, East Lake Sta. 

Leith, F. M., Arkdelphia 

Leonard, J. T., Pineview 

Lette, W. F. 

Lindcr, W. F., Calcis 

Lindley, Wm., Vina 

Lindlcy. W. J., Vina 

Lindsay, F., Wilsonville 

Lindsey, S. P., Bellville 

Lindsey, S. W., Millport 

Linton, W. S., Hanceville 

Little. H. W., Johns 

Little, G. W., Gum Pond 

Litzey. D. W.. Alex. City 

Lively, E. M., Sayre 

Livingood, C. O., Hanceville 

Lloyd, C. C, Greenville 

Lloyd, W. E., D.D., Auburn 

Loflin, J. M., Troy *5 

Loftin, A. R., Knoxville * 

Lollar, J. L, Carbon Hill 

Lombard, J. S., Theodore 

Long, J. W., Jacksonville 

Long, J. L., Mt'n Creek 

Long, J. T., Mountain Creek 

Long, R. H., Mountain Creek 

Longcrier, J. H., Jasper 

Love, J. A., Phil Campbell *3 

Love, S. R., Vinemont *1 

Lovelady, J. G., Haley ville 

Loveless, J. W., Moundville 

Loveless, A., Section *2 

Lovell, G. W., Montgomery 

Bell and Third 
Lovell, W. P., Eden 
Lovvorn, J. T., Pyriton 
Lowe, S. J., Chavies •*! 
Lower, P. T. 
Lowrey, J. E., Besse 
Lowrey, C. H., Jemifner *2 
Lowrey, W. P., Clason 
Lowrey, J. G.. B'ham 

Lowrey, A. M., C2501 N. .33r 
Lucas. N. T., Moanoe 
Lumbard, J. S., Thentcvall 
Luther, W., Albertville *1 



McAnally, J. H., Mobile 
McBrayer, H. C, AshviUe 
McCain, W. F., Oxford 
McCarroU, J. E., New Hope 
McClannahan, J. D., Hartselle 
McCloud, J. M., Pisgah 
McClung, W. T., Vina 
McClung, J. M , Round Mt., *1 
McCollum, J. I., Carbon Hill 
McCord, J. M., Fayette 
McCormick, S D., Gaylesville 
McCoy, J. C, Stroud 
McCrarey, H. L., Double Sprg. 
McCrarey, W. J., Warrior *2 
McCrarey, J. A., Augustine 
McCrarey, I. C, Watson 
McCullough, T. F., Jacksonville 
McDaniel, W. B., N. B'ham 
McDermot, T. C, Coffee Springs 
McFadden, S. H., Rash 
McGinnis, S. V., Blocton 
McGraw, B. P., Gadsden 
McKinney, J. L., Gurley 
McKey, J. A. W., Anniston 
McKinzie, E. K., Section *1 
McLane, Geo., Loss Creek 
McLeod, Jas., Section 
McLeod, R. T., Shellhorn 
McLeskey, B. J., Hodges 
McNeal, Z. W., Hartford 
McPheters, Robt., Alex. City 
McNeal, L. W., Hartford 
McRae, G. W., Mobile, Marine Sta. 

Majors, A. P., Fatama 
Malone, J. W., Sr., Wesley 
Malone, J. W., Jr., Pinckard 
Maness, P. G., Lawley *1 
Mann, L. W., Phoenix 
Manning, E. L., Verbena *2 
Manning, P. Q., Sayre 
Marler, R. S., Stansel 
Marler, Jas., Marble Valley 
Maroney, T. W., Pine Hill 
Martin, I. W., Sheffield 
Martin, T. S., Danville 
Martin, W. J., Abbeville 
Martin, H. L., Ozark 
Martin, D. S., Equality 
Martin, J. D., Cerrterville 
Martin, W. D., McWilliams 
Martin, C. B., Roanoke 
Mason, H. A., Redlevel 
Mason, H. M., Isney 
Matthews, C. S., Florence 
Matthews, F. M., East Lake 
Matthews, B. W., Lineville 
Matthews, M. E., Ashland 



Matthews, A. Z., Phoenix 
Matthews, C. L., Phenix 
Mauldin, J. H., Montevallo 
J. A. May, Attalla 
Mays, A. J., Hamilton 
Meherg, W. W., Haley ville *1 
Meherg, J. T., Haley ville 
Merrill, H. F., Elmwood 
Mewburn, A., Mt. Roszell 
Mewburn, M. M., Ragland 
Meyers, L E., Troy 
Milford, J. J., B'ham 

7805 Underwood 
Miles, J. C, Birmingham 
Miller, C. R., Six Mile 
Miller, O. C, Jasper 
Miller, N., Haley ville . 
Miller, J. E., Atwood 
Milligan, M., Adger 
Mills, Foster, May 
Mills, J. D., Blocton 
Mills, J. M., Stansel 
Mince, A. W., Keener *1 
Mims, M. W., Thorsby 
Mink, R. W., Kellerman 
Mitchell, Jas. A., Reform *1 
Mitchell, J. A., Ragland 
Mitchell, J. W., Brent 
Mize, J. H., Blocton 
Mize, Geo. E., Evergreen 
Moncrief, J. A., B'ham, *7 
Moncricf, T. J., Empire 
Moncrief, R. M., Empire 
Moon, J. P., Warrior *1 
Moore, A. P., Huntsville 
Moore, J. E., Billingsley 
Moore, J. N., Vinemont 
Moore, J. M., New Brockton 
Moore, H. R., Wedowee 
Moorman, A. H., Georgiana 
Morgan, D. W., Oakman 
Morgan, M. A., Sylacauga 
Morgan, C. H., Jackson 
Morgan, L. F., Quenalda 
Morris, G. F., Heflin *5 
Morris, C. N., Cuba 
Morris, L. A., Yolande 
Morris, J. C, Lovelace 
Morris, Jas., Marble Valley 
Morris, G. W., Section 
Morison, W. H., Blue Spring 
Morrey, W. B., Newville 
Morrow, M. B., Kennedy *2 
Morton, C. A., Boaz *6 
Mosely, P. L., Slocum 
Mosely, A. G., Wetumpka 
Morton, C. A., Boaz *6 
Motley, J. C, Ashland 

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MulU'll, F. G., Rnifroc 
Mullins, H. A., Quinloii 
Mullins. L., Hancwilk' 
Munroc, Jas, Mobile 
Munroe, M. V., Gadsdon 
Muncus, Jas., Almond 
Murphy, C. M., Dothaii 
Murray, W. M., Browton 
Myers, J. E., Troy 
Munatt, A. H., Jruksonvilk- 

Nail, J. G.. Silver Run 
Narrod. W. H., Cloverdale 
Nash, W. J., Walnul Grove ^2 
Neely, J. L., Verbena 
Nelson, J. J., Trov *.3 
Nelson, J. T., Weogufka 
Nelson, T. M., Talhidej^a 
Nelson, L. W., Daviston 
Nelson, S. I., Wedowec *1 
Nesbit, T. L., Duke *1 
Nesmith, J. R., Russellville 
Newborn, W. J., Edwardsville *l 
Newell, J. R.. Spring Hill 
Newell, T. D., Phil Campbell 
Newman, L. L., Haleyville 
Newman, W. B., Bessemer 
Nicholas, H. S., Chancellor *1 
Nichols, Amos, Wylam 
Nichols, H. S., Chancellor *3 
Nichols, E. L., Adgcr *1 
Nipper, H. M., Albertville *5 
Nix, J. K., Oneonta *1 
Nix, J. H., Friendship 
Noles, G. W., Arab 
North, J. G., Kcntuck 
Norton, C. A., Boaz, *4 
Nowall, A. M., Gordon 

Oaks, W. T., Huntsville 
O'Bryan, W. B., Gadsden 
O'Hara, C. W., Talladega *4 
Oden, J. A., Summit *2 
Ogletree, W. D., Falkvillc 
Ogletree, B. H., Goshen *1 
Olio, G. W., Ashford 
Olive, W. M., Clanton 
Owen, J. A., McFall 
Owen, M. L., Leeds *1 
Owen, R. E., Ashland *4 
Owen, J. W., Headland 
Owens, M. F., Boaz *2 
Owens, G. W., Dawson *1 
Owens, J. A., Irondale 
Owings, M. C., Up 

Pace, J. L., Chavies *1 
Pace, J. O. A., Fayette 



Pace, M. J.. Russellville 

Pack, B. M., Pleasant Hill 

Page. A. 1<:. 

Palmer, W. O.. Ashville *\ 

Palmer, G. W., Lecsburg 

Pannell, A. A., Hanceville 

Para more, j. R., Dothan *-4 

Parker, A. K., Huntsville 

Parker, j. F., B'ham, lior, 1st Ave. 

Parker, R. G., Getup 

Parker, R. J., Union (irove '2 

Parker. W. A., Jackson 

Parker, C. K., Daviston 

Parrish, M. J., Clanton 

Partridge, J. W., Russellville 

Partridge, J. C, Jackson's Gap 

Paschal. C. W., Rockford 

Paschal, A. E., Gadsden 

Pate. J. L., Ashford *5 

Patrick, R. G., D.D., Marion 

Patcrson, J. J., Newtonville *1 

Paterson. W. H., Talladega *4 

Patton, James, Patton 

Patton, William, Patton 

Paul, J. H., Jackson 

Paul, T. C, Fulton 

Payne, E. W., Jasper *5 

Peak, S. T., Notasulga 

Peden, W. P., Olney 

Pennington, W. K., Fernbank 

Pennington, A., Fernbank 

Pen ton, W. T., Speed 

Perkins, J. A., Morris *1 

Pernell, W. I., Summit 

Perrv, R. M., Painter 

Perr}-. A. L.. Springfield *2 

Perry, C. H., Greenville 

Perry, A. M., Moro 

Perry, J. W., Springville *2 

Perry, J. T., Chavies *1 

Perry, A. S., Wolf Creek 

Petree. J. M., Dawson 

Pesncll, W. O., Summit 

Peters. N. C, Enterprise 

Peters, W. J., Gordo 

Pcttit, J. D.. Attalla 

Phillips, J. W.. Cho *1 

Phillips, J. A., Elamville 

Phillips, T. O., Sellersvillc 

Phillips, J. W., D.D., Mobile 

Pierce, W. B., Dothan *6 

Pigg, W. A.. Poplar Ridge 

Pike, C. J., Cropwcll 

Pincgar, T. E., Quinton 

Pitts, John, Henegar 

Pinson. O. O., Blocton 

Pledger, D. A.. Lverlv. Ga. 

Pool. R. T., Coleman 

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Poole, J. B., Marion 
Pope, J. H., Talladega 
Pope, A., De Armonville 
Posey, H. H., Ragland 
Posey, S. D., Randolph 
Posey, F. G., Arkdell 
Poston, J. W., Red Star 
Powell, C. B., Chancellor 
Powell, G. B., Pratt City *1 
Powers, Charlie, Veto *1 
Prater, J. D., New Decatur 
Prescott, J. P., Farrill 
Presley, R. M., Hanceville 
Preston, J. T., Ashland 
Preston, W. H., Lineville 
Preston, Thos. J., Delta 
Prevatt, J. D., Dothan 
Price, J. P., Brookwood *1 
Price, G. A., Albertville *2 
Prickett, E. T., Baker Hill 
Pritchard, P. T., Edwardsville *1 
Privitt, J. E., Fulton 
Pruitt, C. R., Albertville *5 
Puckett, V. vS., DeArmandville *1 
Puckett, W. R., Cloverdale 
Pugh, J. P., Haleyville 
Purser, D. I., Greensboro 

Quinn, R. L., Moulton 

Ragan, J. C, Keener 
Raglan, J. W., Selvia 
Railey, B. S., Clayton 
Railey, S. W., Andalusia 
Rainwater, H. D., Vinemont *4 
Radford, J. Y., N. B'ham. 
Ramsey, J. R., Ragland 
Ramsey, D. W., Pineapple 
Ramsey, M. A., Ohatchie 
Randolph, W. B., Gamble Mines 
Rainey, S. L., Winfield *1 
Ray, Jas. D., Birmingham 
Ray, J. L., Gordo *2 
Ray, Jno. L., Blocton 
Ray, S. O. Y., Newton 
Ray, David, Sayre 
Rea, R. H., Burleson 
Redmon, C. C, McWilliams 
Rea, R. H., Vina 
Reed, E. P., Keener 
Redd, G. W., Brookside 
Reeves, J. H., Springville *2 
Register, J. F., Geneva 
Reid, S. F., Cleveland *1 
Reid, F. A., Milan 
Reynolds, T. J., Trussville *1 
Reynolds, W. J., Montevallo 
Reynolds, J. W., Tennille *1 



Rice, J. T., Wadlev 
Rice, J. T., New Market *2 
Richie} , J. L., Avoca 
Richards, S. C, Pisgah *1 
Riddle, W. B., Se-tion *1 
Rider, B. H., Birmingham 
Ridgeway, I. S., Bonnett 
Riley, B. F., D.D., B'ham 
Riley, G. W., Adger *1 
Roan, J. E., Somerville 
Roan, A., Hartselle 
Roach, C. T., Pisgah 
Roberts, J. M.. Moulton 
Roberts, J. T., Union Grove *3 
Robertson, W. A., Dadeville * 
Robinson, J. S. E., Ashville *2 
Robinson, W. W., Verbena *2 
Robinson, A. J., Sylacauga 
Robinson, J. A., Center 
Robinson, Ed., Forney 
Robinson, J. L., Demopolis 
Roby, Y. H., Peterman 
Rogers, Jess, East Lake 
Rogers, W. D., Boaz 
Rogers, A. J., Montgomery, 

801 Highland Ave. 
Rogers, J. J., Carlisle 
Rogers, J. W., Eldridge 
Rogers, C. T., Newton 
Roley, G. H., Peterman 
Roper, J. Bert, Duke 
Roper, J. N., Appleton, Tenn. 
Rosser, J. L., Selma 
Rucker, J. W.. Watsonia 
Royer, L. P., New Decatur *3 
Ruddick, W. J., Stanton 
Ruflf. I. S., Deatsville 
Rumbley, H. W., Monroeville 
Rutledge, W. T., Oakman *1 

Sams, J. H., Russellville 
Sanders, M. D. L., Dora 
Sanders, C. M., Dora 
Sanders, H. C, Moro 
Sanders, T. E., Blocton 
Sanders, J. L., Horse Creek 
Sandlin, J. M., Blount Springs 
Sansom, T. R.. Gadsden *4 
Sapp, Wm. Samson 
Sartin, J. R., Oakman 
Sauls, H. M., Alabama City *1 
Satterfield, J. A.. Bessemer *4 
Sawyers, J. J., New Decatur 
Sayer, L. P., New Decatur 
Scott, W. L., Bear Creek 
Screws, J. T., Kimberly 
Scruggs, A. A., Brewton 
Seals, D. A.. West End, B'ham. 



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Seay, J. A., Louisvilk', Ky. 
Sellers, B. A. Louisville 
Sellers \V. H., B'ham *:i 
Seymour, W. R., Louisville 
Shackelford, Jos., D.I)., Tuskegee 
Shadix, ]. A., Hik'htower *1 
Sha.lix, G. H., Mi^'htower *1 
Shank, B. F., Natural Bridge 
SJKirk, W. H., Coleman 
Sharp, W. H., Lapine *1 
Shaw, ]. B., Sylacau};;a 
Shaw, M. L., Sycamore 
Shears. G. H., Cohassett 
Shell, R. L.. Georgiana *2 
Shell, A. C. Georgiana *2 
Shclton, T. W., Addison 
Shcrrel, Jno., Lexington 
Shirah. F. M.. Newton 
Shirley, J. S., Fayette 
Shugart, C, B'ham 
Shute, W. F., Linden 
Shuttleworth, L. H.. Arkadclphia 
Simmons, J. H., Crews' Depot 
Simmons, W. H., Ozark 
Simpson, J. M., Somervilk- 
Sims, H. N., Abameda 
Sims, J. A. C Round Mountain *1 
Sims, A. T., Geneva 
Sims, W. D., Birmingham, 

800 nth Ave. 
Sims, A. E. C, Boaz *5 
Sims, W. N., Albertville 
Singleton, W. W., Cedar Bluff 
Singleton, J. H., Wetumpka *1 
Skinner, B. J., Calera 
Skipper, M. M., Slocumb 
Sloan, L. W., Scottsboro 
Smallwood, L., Getup 
Smiley, S. E., Marion 
Smile>, T. W., Vincland 
Smith, L. E., Pine Hill 
Smith, A. L., Clanton 
Smith, W. N., vScction 
Smith, J. D., Eden *1 
Smith, E. W., Oakvstreak 
Smith, B. F., Gadsden *4 
vSmith, W. W., Phenix City 
Smith, E. T., Prattvillc 
Smith, W. H. F., Headland 
Smith, A. S., Alex. Citv 
Smith, J. W., Bethel, tenn. *1 
Smith, A. A., Carbon Hill 
Smith, W. G. W., Hartselle 
Smith, G. M., Slocumb 
Smith, J. M., Andulasia *3 
Smith, R. E., Hanceville 
Smith, J. E., Gadsden *1 
Smith, T. A., Duke * 



Smith, I. W., Pros[)e(:t 
Smith, \V. M., Bremen *! 
Smith, J. H., Stevenson 
Smith, T. D., Center 
Smith, D. S., Douh'e Springs 
Smith, J. A., Ashland 
Smith. S. R., Summit 
Smitherm.in, S., Randolph *1 
Smoot, J. !•:., Midland City 
Snow, G. W. M., Bowdon, Ga.* 
Solley, J. M., Gadsden 
Southerland, T. P., Double vSprings 
Southerland, John, Haleyville 
Spann, J. L., Winficld 
Sparks, Sam'l., Section 
Spencer, L. R., Samantha *l 
Spencer, W. M.. Moundville 
Spinks, A. G., Headlan-l 
Spires, E. W., Clayton *1 
Spivev, S. T., Dothan *2 
Stakley, C. A., D.D., Montgomery, 

23 Wilkerson St. 
Stanfield, W. G., Barton 
Steele, Dozier, Steeles 
Steele, K. S., Gadsden 
Steele, B. F., Double Springs 
Steeley, T. E., DeArmandville 
Stein, Hugh, Huntsville 
Stevens, W. H., Rock Run 
Stevens, J. H., Curry 
Stephens, S. S., Horton 
Stephens, A. L., Mexia 
Stephenson, J. E., Ashvillc *l 
Stephenson, W. T., Rockford 
Stevens, Noah. Anniston 
Stevens H. H., Horton *2 
Steward, J. W., Dora 
Stewart, C. D., Guin 
Stewart, C. O., Atmore 
Stewart, J. W., Troy *4 
Stewart, W. P., Ashford *2 
Stewart, John W., B'ham. 

4928 5th Ave. N. 
Stewart, E. M., Florala 
Stines, A. L., Kyles 
Stockton, J. L, New Decatur *2 
Stockton, J. S., Pleasant Site 
Stodghill, J. R., B'ham, 

2731 20th Ave., N. 
Stone, E. C, Jude *1 
Stough, J. L., Notasulga 
Stout, W. W., Bridgeport 
Stracener, J. H., Liberty *1 
Strickland, C. A.. Opelika 
Strickland, J. B., Lamar 
Stringer, J. V'., Jackson 
Stringer, J. R., Hawthorne 
Strong, T. M., Goodwager 

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Stroud, L. B., Gadsden 
Stroud, J. M., Tallassee 
Stuckey, R. F., Electic 
Summers, W. C, Mehama *1 
Swain, W. N.. East Lake 
Swan, Jas., Blount Springs 
Swearengin, J. J., Owen X-Roads 
Swemm, E. H., Dothan 
Swindall, A. C, East Lake 

Talley, J. M., Dothan 
Tankersley, J. D., Vinemont *1 
Taylor, W. D., Lynn 
Taylor, A. H., Ashford *4 
Taylor, H. L., Andalusia 
Ta>lor, J. H., Zebulon, Ga. 
Taylor, L. W., Huntsville 
Taylor, C. A., Ellaville 
Taylor, L L., Brewton 
Taylor, M. K., Arab *1 
Taylor, W. N., Bear Creek 
Taylor, J. P., Grenada 
Taylor, J. K. P., Haley viUe 
Tell, L. M., Boaz 
Terry, P. D., Perry ville 
Thackerson, G. R., Hytop 
Thames, J. E., Citronelle 
Tharpe, W. A., Cunningham 
Thomas, J. M., Talladega 
Thomas, J. H., Jemison *1 
Stovall, G. B. P., West End, B'ham 
Thomas, J. C, Deatsville 
Thomas, J. C, Hanceville 
Thomas, J. G., Honoraville 
Thomas, L. W., Cooper 
Thomas, J. A., Horse Creek 
Thomas, "W. R., Pisgah 
Thomasson, J. T., Andalusia 
Thompson, W. H., B'ham 
Thompson, I. M., Pyffe *2 
Thompson, J. L., D.D., Brundidge 
Thompson, D. M., Dora 
Thompson, J. H., Tallassee *2 
Thompson, J. T., Haleyville 
Thorn, J. D., Vina 
Thornton. M. K., Bessemer 
Thrasher, J. S., Edwardsville 
Thurman, C. B., Munford 
Tibbs, Jo, Vance 
Tidwell, Asbury, Cleveland 
Todd, J. M., Mountain Creek 
Todd, S. L., Lue 
Towers, W. G., Addison 
Tolbert, W. C, Piedmont 
Townsend, J. S., Berry *1 
Treese, D. P., New Hope 
Trimm, J. A.; Winfield 
Trotter, J. R., Rock Run 



Tribble, WaLson 
Trotter, T. K., Lincoln 
Trotter, J. W., Sloan 
Tubb, W. S., Rock Castle 
Tucker, T. E., Healing Springs 
Tucker, J. M., Marion *1 
Tucker, J. L., Nanafalia 
Tuggle, E. H., Cordova 
TuUis, W. M., Whitney 
Tumlin, W. E., Bangor *2 
Turner, E. B., Pratt City 
Turner, J. L., Drifton 
Tyler, J. W., Foote 

Upton. E., Skirum 

Vandiver, J. N., Louisville, Ky. 
Vandiver, T. P., Palos 
Vann, L. D., Poplar Ridge 
Varnell, W. H., Mudd Creek 
Varnell, A. N., Scottsboro 
Vaughn, R. R., Russellville 
Vaughn, J. E., Lowell 
Vaughn, B. S., Lowell 
Vaughn, H. T., Vinegar Bend 
Vaughn, E. R., Jackson 
Venable, C. H., Beason's Mill 
Venable, H. L., Argo 
Vice, W. v., Dixon's Mill 
Vickers, B. H., Thorsby *1 
Vickery, G. R., Lapine *1 
Vines, G. B., Short Creek 

Wade, G. B., Phil Campbell 
Wade, J. T., New Decatur *3 
Wagnon, P., Murry Cross 
Wakefield, J., Natural Bridge 
Walden, J. C, Duke 
Waldrop, S. M., Kennedy *1 
Waldrop, S. L., Adamsville 
Waldrop, O. J., Bessemer *5 
Waldrop, B. M., B'ham *5 
Waldrop, L. A., Town Creek 
Walker, G. W., Pratt City 
Walker, A. A., Birmingham, 

1120 12th Ave., N. 
Walker, E. G., Dogwood 
Walker, J. W., Ashland 
Walker, R. C, Brookwood 
Walker, J. H., Green Pond 
Walker, C. D., Saswell 
Wallace, J. H., Opelika 
Wallace, W. E. R., Ensley 
Ward, T. H., Forney 
Ward, W. E., Andalusia *6 
Ward, S. G., Excel 
Watson, W. A., Talladega Springs 
Watson, W. J., Ashville, *3 

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Walls, J. F., l-'oasl Honu' 
WVar. R. T., Ml. Hopt- 
WVar. I.. M., I.andorsvilk- 
VVcavir, |. IC, New Dtvatur 
Wcavfr, G. F., Lamll 
WcvivtT, T. J., JopiJa, *.'5 
WL>bh, J. N'., laiiu-stowii 
WebsUT. W. P., nuntsvillr 
Wocks. T. J.. Hanci-ville *1 
Wemis. J. A., Ccnicr SUir 
Wecnis. S. P., Boaz 
Wecms, J. D., Clonlo 
Woems. A. P., Nolaini 
WcUwrn, E. B., Douhk- vSpriiiijs 
Wdborn, A. M.. HopL-villu 
Weslbrook. R. E., Cardiff 
Westbrook, J. T., N. B'ham 
Westbrook, W. H., Fvffe *I 
Whatley, J. C, Holly Pond 
Whatley, T. B., Cottondak- *1 
Wheeler, J. W., Flomaton 
Wheeler, W. M., Munfonl 
Whiddon, J. W., Gordon *l 
White, D. B., Boaz 
White, G. H., Bankton 
White, J. R. G., Ft. Deposit 
White, A., Bessemer *5 
White, J. G., New Lexington 
White, W. F., East Lake 
White, W. A., Edwar^lsvillc 
White, C. J., Eufaula 
White, W. B., New Decatur 
White, A. G., Deer Park 
White, J. S., New Lexington 
White, J. T., Spring Garden 
White, L A., Thomasville 
White, W. M., Headland 
White, T. B., Cottonton 
Whitfield, J. A., Longview 
Whitman, J. P., Florence 
Whitman, M. W., Salem 
Whittaker. J. T., Hollv Pond 
Whittle, H. F., Alexander *2 
Wiggins, J. R., Data 
Wigley, C. P., Whiton 
Wilborn, A. M., Edwardsville *1 
Wilborn, E. B., Double Springs 
Wilburn, G. W., Rogcrsville 
Wilder, G. W., Morris *2 
Wilhite, W., Hartselle 
Wilks, J. D., Bon Secour 
Williams, Z., Crosby 
Williams, J. J., Thirty-nine 
Williams, L., Jasper 
Williams, S. N., Dickinson 
Williams, J. O., East Lake 
WiUiams, N. B., Montgomery 
Williams, J. H., Volina 
Wilhams, W. B., Ensley 



Williams, |. S.. Grove- Hill 
Williams. S. L., Gayksvilk- 
Williams, j. T., East Lake 
Williamson, L. A., Dickson 
Williamson, S. T., Plateau 
Willis, ]. F., Covin 
Willis, j. W.. Florence 
Willil(.rd. S., Malvern 
Wilson, H. D., Brantley 
Wilson, B. F., Lexington 
Willson. F. F., Center Star *1 
Wilson, W. W.. Ashlan<l 
Wilson. V. A.. Bell Sumler 
Wilson, Frank, Fayette 
Wilson, L. W., Hu'ntsville 
Wilson, T. 1)., Houston 
Wilson, J. E., Bess.semer 
Winchester, A. S., Pleasimt Site 
Winds. Enoch, Leighton 
WIngn, W. C, Brookside 
Wood. K. S., Mt'n. Creek 
Wood, M. ^L, Furman 
Wood, W. A.. Clanlon 
Wood, J. S., Billingsley 
Woods, J. S., Hanceville 
Wood, W. ^L, Clanlon 
Woodruff, S. C, Alexander 
Woods, F. AL. Clanton 
Woods. W. C, Sulligent *1 
Woodward, H. W., Linevillc 
Wooley, D. Z., Gordo 
Woolen, J. J., Loachapoka 
Woolen, J. S., Gentry 
Wootcn, O. E., Millport 
Woolen, R. F., Warrior *2 
Worthy. W. M., Ashland 
Wright, W, E., Somerville 
Wright, J. S., Somerville 
Wright, A. K., Enslev 
Wright, W. H., Lanetl 
Wright, J. H., Boaz *6 
Wright, J. W., Gentry 
Wright. D. H., Gadsden *4 
Wright, J. L., Townlev 
Wvalt, Z. S.. Trussville *1 
Wvalt, R. S., Odinville 
Wvatl. T. C. East Lake 
Wylie, W. J. N.. Florence *0 
Yancey. J. F., Round Mt'n. 
Yarbrough, A., Rosser 
Yarborough, W. F., D.D., Anniston 
Yarborough, J. S.. Ozark 
Yates, J. AL. Roanoke 
Yeargan. A. C. East Lake 
Yocum. J. AL, Yocum 
Young, J. L, Index 

Zaner, E. M., Heflin *I 



GENERAL STATISTICS. 



Showing Membership of Churches, Pastors, Clerks and Contributions. 
Compiled from the Minutes of the Associations for 1910 and from other 

sources. 

By M. M. WOOD, 
Secretary of the Convention. 

NOTE — A star (*) means R. F. D. A dagger (t) means that part or all of the informa- 
tion was from former reports. Where changes of officers are known to have taken place since 
the Association met the changes have been made in the tables. The Statistical Secretary- 
appeals to Clerks of both Churches and Associations to be accurate in making up their reports 
and tables. 





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Sunday School Statistics 



COMPILED by the Statistical Secretary from the Minutes of 
the Associations for 1910 and other sources. The Alabama 
Sunday School Association through its officers, Messrs. D. 
W. Sims, Montgomery, and A. S. Barnes, Mobile, rendered valu- 
able service in the preparation of the tables. 

The dagger (f) indicates that the data was gathered from 
the tables of 1909. 

ALABAMA ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


<u 

u 


13 m 

o 


V 

1 


1 

'■+3 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Antioch 


110 
74 
26 
36 
38 
34 
63 

175 
40 
76 
76 
89 


5 
6 

2 

7 


23 
43 
21 
80 


- 




Bradleyton 


T. J. Thrower, Bradleyton 


Lapine 

Mountain HiUf 


W. L. Grissett, Lapine 


Magnolia 

New Ebenezer 

Panola 

Sandy Ridge t- - 


5 
6 
5 
3 
6 
5 


46 
30 
25 
15 
30 
75 
45 


3 

5 

2 


G. H. McQueen, Letohatchie 

A. J. Spurlock, Lapine 

J. B. Wilson, Lapine *1 

W. P. McLuUie, Letohatchie *1 


Steep Creek 


J. M. Dickinson, Hope Hull *2 


Spring Creek _ 




J. G. Wells, HonoraviUe 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


937 
793 


55 

41 


433 
296 


12 
6 





ANTIOCH ASSOCIATION. 





110 
86 
21 
40 
49 

123 
33 
24 
77 

111 

107 
67 
60 
34 
31 
69 
24 
56 


5 
6 


25 
40 
























Chapel Hill 1 . 


7 
7 


45 
30 




W. H. Taylor, Barryton 


Chapel HUl 2.. _ 








Coytt . 












4 

8 

10 

6 


25 

105 

76 

20 






Hickory Grove _ _ 




Isney ■ _' 

Mt. Pisgah 

New Hopet 


E. D. Mason, Isney 
A. G. Harrell, Melvin 


Pleasant Hill 










Redemption 

Spring Bank 


6 

10 


20 
32 




W. T. Underwood, Redemption 
M. Slav, Silas 


Womack Hill 


W. A. Wilson, Womack Hill 


Zion Rest . .. _ 




















Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1122 
1865 


69 
130 


418 
862 







ARBACOOCHEE ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


1 

II 


P 


I 

s 

2 

a 
M 




SUPERINTENDENT 


Central . 


42 
220 
116 
35 
61 
96 
117 










Lost Creek 


6 


90 


j. }, Coly 


Mt. Pleasant 


Oak Hill 


5 
6 


55 
62 


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Pleasant Hill 


W. B. Shocklev 


























Totals. 1910 ,. 

Totals. 1909 


687 
789 


17 
28 


207 
229 









BETHEL ASSSOCIATION. 




233 
61 

124 
71 

185 
61 
92 


8 
6 

7 
6 

10 
4 
5 


70 
35 
30 
35 
100 
22 
40 


6 

4 

- 

1 


J. L. Mayton, Aimwell 
J. B. Perkins, McKinley 


Bethel 


Bethlehem 








D. E. Day. Nicholsville 








W. H. England. Hampden 






124 

25 

112 


9 
6 

12 


70 




J. F. Gidsort and H. C. Strickland 


Hills -. 


32, 

50 


A. P. McArthur. Rembert 








70' 8 
1191 9 

74l 7 


45 
90 
34 
25 
45 
40 
170 
65 


6 
2 

- 
3 


H. H. DeWitt. Lamison 








G. H. Mayton, Yellow Bluff 


Mt. Pleasant 

Myrtlewood 


34 

81 

152 

113 

123 

17 

55 

65 

134 

144 

124 


6 
9 
4 
23 
6 


S. E. Speed. Jefferson 

S. W. Compton, Myrtlewood 

W. H. Davis, Nanafalia 


Pine HUl - . 


C. L. Mason and C. W. Autry 






Rehoboth 


1 




Safford. . . 


4| 30 

4 47 
6 20 
8 70 

5 40 




A. R. Oxford, Safford 




S. C. Parker. Thomaston 


Shiloh --- 


J. A. Beverly. Wayne 




J. P. Webb. Thomaston 




F. T. Huckabee, Wayne 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


2393 
2420 


172 
160 


1205 
1413 


40 
81 





BETHLEHEM ASSOCIATION. 





78 
40 
68 
42 

105 
59 
67 
65 
30 
32 
80 

144 
46 
35 
71 
41 
26 


5 


100 


2 


M. F. Raybum, Jones Mill 








2 
5 
5 


25 
58 
45 


2 


Hugh McMillan. Burnt Com 




L. R. Riley, Drewry 




J. S. Coley 






Excel 


I 


35 
45 




G'. R. Skipper. Excel 


Hamilton HiUf 


D. C. Cook. Hixon 


Little River 




Maros - - 


1 


40 




D. D. McDavid. Atmore 








11 
6 
6 
3 


80 
25 
35 
35 


5 


B. B. Finklea. Monroe\'ille 


Monteomery Hillf 

Mt. Olivet 


L. H. Warren, Tensas 
G. R. Skipper, Excel 


Mt. Pleasantt 


Theo. Harris, Eliska 






New Hopet 


i 


21 




j. W. Cochran, Excel 



69 



BETHLEHEM ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


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s 

a 
W 


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i 


SUPERINTENDENT 




89 

164 

128 

• 21 

87 
110 
133 

35 
108 

65 


5 
8 
5 


34 
20 
40 




D. H. Sawyer, Jones Mill 




G. J. Buford, Peterman 




W. S. Nash, Tunnel Spring 






Pleasant Hill . 


6 
5 

7 
6 
4 
5 


43 
44 
35 
39 
14 
15 




J. M. Lambert, Manistee 




J. T. Owens 




J. H. Waters, Finklea 


Rocky Hill _-_ - 


W. J. Curry, Manistee 




R. L. Wiggins, Perdue Hill 




N. J. Fore, Axle 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1969 
2045 


108 
110 


828 
862 


9 
60 





BIBB 


COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 




241 
26 
60 

258 
90 
51 
97 
25 
27 
82 

114 
92 
56 
75 

228 
71 

212 

109 
85 
80 
46 

177 
35 

176 

147 

119 
51 
36 


14 
6 
5 

12 

7 
7 
9 


162 
65 
43 

125 
60 
30 

106 


10 

- 

3 


W. J. Jackson, Randolph *2 


Bell Ellen t 


B. W. Fleming, Bell Ellen 


Bethel 


J. P. Harris, Centerville 




J. B. Davie, West Blocton 


Blocton, Third.. - 


J. J. Bradford, Blocton *2 




J. M. Fitts, Blocton *1 


Brent. . .- -- 


J. W. Mason, Brent 


Briarfield t 




Cahaba Valley . 


8 
6 

8 
6 
8 
5 
8 
7 
8 
7 
5 
6 
8 
6 
5 
8 
6 
7 
6 
7 


40 
35 
93 
52 
92 
20 
90 
50 
70 
59 
37 
24 
50 
90 
32 
30 
30 
49 
40 
40 


9 

5 
7 
9 
1 
10 
3 
5 

4 

6 
3 
4 


H. C. Crider, Piper 




R. Lewis, Blocton *4 




H. E. Reynolds, Centerville 


Enon 


J. A. Jones, Centerville 




D. J. Ward, EoHne 




W. L. Brown, Randolph 




M. D. Brantley, EoHne 


McCuUy Hill 


Lon Thompson, Blocton 




E. M. Stamps, West Blocton 


Mt. Gilead -. 


J. M. McCraw, Centerville 


Mt. Zion -_ - 


W. Holdsomeback, Centerville 




W. V. Mayfield, Mertz 




J. L. Aldrich, Piper 




H. F. Head, Lawley 




D. R. Jackson, Randolph 




H. W. Farris, Randolph 


Shoultz. 


A. J. Weaver, Blocton 


Six Mile 


A. Langston, Randolph 


Siloamt - - -- -- 


A. J. Vernon, Blocton *2 


Spring Hint 










Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2866 
2907 


195 
205 


1614 
1561 


83 
48 





BIG BEAR CREEK ASSOCIATION. 



Bethel 


17 
12 
80 
60 
55 
40 
10 
37 
239 
116 
21 
88 




















Bethlehem 

Bethsaidat 

Beulaht - 


3 


35 


11 


H. E. Alsbrooks, Russelville 


5 


50 




J. W. Gervin, Newbury *1 








5 


15 




S. Stone, Vine *1 






Crooked Oak 


5 

4 


30 
25 


3 


A. P. Malone, Russellville 


Duncan Creek 

Ebenezert 

Evening Shade 


L. Willis, Russellville 


4 


40 




P. Hester, Russellville 



70 



BIG BEAR CREEK ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


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o 


Enrollment 

: S3g 


1 
Baptisms 1 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Harmony 

Harricane Creek 

HoUev Springs 


43 

4;j 

14 

120 

96 

15 


6 

4 




A. S. Winchester, Pleasant Site 

B. P. Baldwin, Vina 


Little Bear Creek 1 .. ~. 

Little Bear Creek 2 

Macedonia 


4 60 
7 30 


4 


W. R. Richardson. Tuscumbia 
H. L. Blackburn. Fordton 


Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Olive 


123 
54 
66 

129 
31 
29 
86 
751 
31 
4.5 
58 
43 
24 


6 30 




W. T. Coburn, Hunter 


New Friendship 








New Union . 


5 !V\ 




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Mynot Chapelt 






Piney Grove . 










Pleasant Ridge 1 










Pleasant Ridge 2t 

Poplar Creekt 


51 22 




j. j. Blount, Russeliviife 


Shiloh 


1 






Siloam 


4 30 
L. 


11 


j. ii. HargVtt," RuMeilVille 


Single Spring 


Spring Hint 


4' 21 






Tharp Springt 


82 9 


85 






Union . . 


18 
100 








Union HiU.. 


7 


55 
50 


5 


D.'f." is'om" PhiVCanipbefl 

Wm. McRea, Vina 


Vina 


25 6 




Totals. 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2123 93 
2230 ! 72 


715 
645 


30 





Beulah . . 


45 
33 
59 
18 


6 


40 




S. C. Garrison, Cuba 


Christian Valley 


Ceder Creek 










Clinton . .. . 


1 


12 




Mary Green, Clinton 
W. H. Phillips. Yantley 
A. S. Vanhoose. Cuba 
J. C. Kelley. Demopolis 
T. Lewis, Epes 
Jno. McKinley. Eutaw 


Concord .. . 


86l R 


50 1 


Cuba 


177 
59 
15 
76 

100 
18 

109 
11 
20 
32 
46 
60 

147 
47 
43 
43 


15 
9 
6 
8 


148 
75 
15 
63 


1 
3 


Demopolis .. 


Epes . 


Eutaw 


Hopewell (C. Co.)t 


Hopewell (S. Co.) 

Livingston 


6 

12 
4 


30 
94 
15 




A. B. Spidle. Belmont 
W. P. Tart, Livingston 
W. M. Morgan, Bond 


Mt. Hermont 


Mt. Lebanont 


Mt. Sterling 


5 


60 




C. A. McLeod, Mt. Sterling . 


New Prospect . . 


Rehoboth. .._ 










Shorts . 


4 
8 
5 

7 


50 
34 
25 
60 


- 


D. N. Wideman, Gaston 
S. C. McDonald. York 
H. B. Praytor, Sumterville 
W. H. Walker, York 


Siloam 


Sumterville ... 


York 




Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1244 
1245 


102 
77 


771 
701 


10 





BIRMINGHAM ASSOCIATION. 



Adams\'illet 

Avondale 

Bell view 

Bessemer 

Bethany 



38 


6 


22' 




354 


20 


340 


7 


122 


7 


59 -. 




433 


19 


225 


23 


31 









C. L. Hubbard, Adamsville 
W. E. Barnes. Avondale 
C. W. Langford, McCalla 
T. B. Waller, Bessemer 



71 



BIRMINGHAM ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


S2 

(U 

o 


Oj 0) 

fi 

O ^ 


4J 

a 
<u 

B 
o 
a 
W 


i 

s 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Birmingham, Boyles 


42 

216 

186 

126 

185 

868 

231 

68 

134 

259 

1128 

177 

303 

106 

23 

32 

205 

103 

94 

91 

67 

526 

290 

358 

58 

106 

205 

20 

135 

71 

182 

18 

17 

60 

42 

114 

141 

56 

89 

182 

104 

177 

225 

98 

104 

85 

84 

96 

36 

141 

120 

191 

702 

150 

190 


9 

13 

8 

11 

13 

33 

23 

13 

10 

13 

60 

11 

19 

24 

7 

12 

13 

5 

6 

8 


80 
148 
154 
141 
130 
494 
223 
137 
145 
300 
642 
167 
230 
350 

65 
194 
180 

50 

30 
109 


10 
6 
8 
3 

10 

10 
4 
1 

7 
20 

- 

27 

3 
1 


J. A. Duncan, Birmingham *6 


East... _ .. 




East Thomas 


C. E. Holcomb, 411, Lucy Ave. 
R. H. Nason, 1025 Elm 


First . 


Chas, A. Brown, Birmingham 


Hunter Street 

Richard Place 


S. D. Monroe, 2028 First Ave. 


Parker Memorial 

Park Avenue 


C. McFarland, Avondale 
T. T. Jones, Birmingham 

D. H. Marbury, Birmingham 


21st Avenue 

27th Street . . 


J. Davis, North Birmingham 
P. P. Baker, 2125 Morris Ave. 


West End 


P. Z. Huddleston, West' End 


Green Spring 


Walter Hill, Birmingham 
A. F. Lokey, Adamsville *1 


Brighton 


J. C. Duffey 

J. T. Crotwell, Bessemer 




W. H. Orr, Argo 




G. C. Wright, Pratt City *2 






East Lake, Ruhama 

East Lake, 66th Street . . 


71 

17 

15 

5 

8 

10 

7 

9 

7 

12 


758 

256 

207 

58 

50 

50 

30 

111 

53 

202 


1 
42 

2 

6 



6 


Spright Dowell, East Lake 
J. M. Hankins, East Lake 
J. W. Minor, Ensley 




J. F. Appling, Ensley *1 




G. C. Moore, Leeds 




Virgil Melvin, Pinson *2 




B. M. Waldrop, Birmingham *8 


Irondale 


A. J. McDanal, Irondale 
M. P. Champion, Johns 




J. E. Bryant, Bessemer 






Mary Lee 2 

McEIwain 


5 

8 

11 

14 

8 

7 

11 

10 

6 

10 

13 

11 

15 

8 

7 

14 

8 

11 

13 

10 

22 

10 

11 


47 

75 

35 

100 

80 

50 

81 

90 

40 

94 

225 

89 

99 

70 

47 

87 

50 

106 

63 

80 

690 

208 

100 


18 
5 

""""12 
10 

6 

2 
4 

i 

i5 
1 

""""io 

5 
3 


A. M. Bond, Birmingham 
W. B. Baker, Birmingham *4 


Mt. Olive 

New Prospect 


J. M. Hoke, Trussville 

R. W. Franklin, Birmingham *8 

T. F. Cole, Morris *2 




T. J. Butler, East Lake 


Pine Grove 

Pleasant Ridge. 


J. M. Palmer, Avondale 

B. B. Waldrop, Bessemer *1 


Pleasant View 


E. L. Deaton, Adger *1 
Chas. East, Birmingham *1 


Pratt City ... 


E. H. Hudnall, Pratt City 


Salem 

Shades Valley 


W. T. Anderson, Pinson *2 
D. Etteridge, Covington 


Spring Dale 

Sulphur Spring 

Summitt 

South Lewisburg 

Tuxedo 

Trussville 

Union 

Woodlawn 

Woodlawn West 

Wylam 


Levei McBrayer, Birmingham *6 

A. D. Roper, Trussville 

W. M. Tyler, Birmingham *3 

W. L. Hicks, Birmingham *7 

L. S. Acuff, Ensley 

R. H. Hendon, Trussville 

C. H. Smith. Bessemer *2 
W. B. Dowel, Woodlawn 

D. N. Smith, Bham, 401 N 49thSt 

E. A. Harrison, Wylam 


Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


10795 
10367 


767 
735 


8996 
9049 


299 
321 







BLOUNT COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 


Antioch 

Austin Creek 

Bethel 

Big Warrior' 


105 

144 

127 

40 


7 

7 

11 


98 
37 
65 


8 
3 


I. N. Morris, Liberty 
Joe Chastine, Bangor *2 
J. Webb, Altoona *3 



72 



BLOUNT COUNTY AvSSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


Church 
Members 


s| 

u 2 
O 


S 


1 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Blountsville 


92 
49 

47 

145 

48 

161 

100 

2 

48 

86 

61 

21 

94 

131 

94 

37 

58 

70 

133 

109 

72 

19 

31 

71 

11 

89 

87 

42 


16 
6 
7 
7 


162 3 

50 

50 4 

150 5 


Aubrey Graves, Blountsville 
U. P. Coley, Brooksville 
J. T. Pearson. Oneonta '4 
J. M. Pass, Cleveland 


Chcpul tepee 

Cleveland 


Friendship 


9 

7 

5 


60 
46 


2 


T. J. Fletcher, Boai ^5 


High Mound 




Liberty Hill 


10 
6 


50 
75 


1 
7 


B. F. Laforn, Blountsville ♦I 
T. G. Burgett, Horton 




M t. Carmel 


Mt. Hebron 










Mt. Pleasant .- 


7 
6 

7 


55 
51 
50 


1 

io 


J. P. Phillips, Altoona '2 
W. A. Harris. Bangor *2 
J. C. Tidwell, Cleveland *1 


Mt. Tabor 




New Home. 


New Hope 

New Prospect 


5 
7 
6 
5 

10 
3 
i> 

10 


40 
52 
20 
115 
65 
18 
4a 
60 


- 

8 
2 


J. M. Daniel, Holly Pond 
Joe Skipper, Brooksville 
W. F. Brewer, Bangor *1 


Oak Grove 


Oneonta 


Pine Bluff 


G. A. Cole Cleveland *1 


Pine Grove 

Pleasant Mountain t 


Z. H. Cornelius, Oneonta *'.i 
G. W. Smith. Village Springs 
J. M. Owens. Walnut Grove *3 




Union Hill 










Valley Grove 

Village Springs 


9 
6 


102 
30 


4 


J. W. Brewer, Village Springs 
J. D. Arnold, Village Springs 


Totals, 1910 


2467 
2277 


179 
155 


1550 
1305 


62 
3 




Totals, 1909 







BLUE CREEK ASSOCIATION. 


Adgert -- 


21 
46 
98 
37 
92 
75 
57 
75 
61 
70 
110 
82 


7 

i 

4 
5 
5 


75 
25 
54 
45 
25 
52 




H. C. Caldwell, Adger 


Blue Creek 

Camp Brancht 


J. H. Lawson, Bell Sumter 
G. A. Smith. Blocton *4 


Enterprise t 

Friendship 


W. B. Kyle. Coaling 
Jas Durrett, Searles 




6 


84 






Mt. Olive 




New Bethel 










Pleasant Grove 

Roups Valleyt 


3 
3 


30 
57 




E. D. Herring. Abernant 
T. A. Skelton, McCalla 


Totals, 1910 . . 


824 
858 


46 
36 


447 






Totals, 1909 


3141- - 













BUTLER COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Antioch 

Bethel 

Boiling t 

Brushy Creek. 
Butler Springs 

Chapman 

Damascus 

Forest Home. 

Fellowship 

Garland 



102 


5 


40 


i 


88 


8 


40 




32 


6 


25 




150 


6 


25 




76 


5 


42 


1 


48 


7 


63 




191 


7 


40 




146 


10 


68 


2 


69 


6 


15 


2| 


36 


9 


37 


.1 



J. C. Doughtry. Greenville *5 

N. Johnson, Goergiana 

W. C. Garner, Boiling 

J. J. Davis, Georgiana 

W. R. Walters, Butler, Springs 

J. G. McGowan. Chapman 

J. W. Phillips, Honoraville 

Milton Sawyers, Forest Home 

J. D. Steen, Monterey 

J. H. McClure, McKenzie 



73 



BUTLER COUNTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



O 



O 



SUPERINTENDENT 



Georgiana 

Gravel Hill 

Greenville 

Indian Creek _. 

Montereyt 

Mt. Olive (W) . 
Mt. Olive (E). 

McKenzie 

Mt. Pisgah — 
Mt. Pleasant- - 
Pleasant Hill-. 

Pine Level 

Sardis 

Shacklevillet-. 
Spring Hill--- 
Starlington — 



Totals, 1910- 
Totals, 1909- 



268 
42 

341 
71 
13 
93 

130 
46 

125 

103 
42 
27 

198 
79 
90 
65 



2671 
2628 



140 
56 

277 



P. N. Shepperd, Georgiana 
C. P. Deed, Greenville *1 
C. B. Gamble, Greenville 



J. T. Ray, Georgiana *1 
J. W. Sims, Greenville *1 
B. J. Griffin, McKenzie 
R. S. Pounds, Butler Springs*2 
Grover Hughes, Georgiana *2 
J. W. Right, Garland *1 
G. H. Burns, Greenville *6 
R. D. Shell, Pigeon Creek 



C. E. Thompson, Greenville 
J. J. Bush, Georgiana 



192 
178 



1234 
1326 



CAHABA ASSOCIATION. 





44 
71 
74 

111 
95 

195 
91 
90 
62 

142 
26 
71 
28 
69 
73 

128 

105 

121 
29 
79 
11 
93 
30 

127 
49 
90 
84 

412 
10 

116 


4 
3 
6 

8 
5 

7 
9 
5 
7 

10 
7 
8 
3 
8 
6 
8 
6 

11 
5 
7 
3 
5 
7 
7 
6 
9 


50 
40 
34 
42 
34 
50 
56 
20 
40 
120 
30 
40 
18 
25 
35 


8 

- 
3 


T. T. Syring, Greensboro 


Bethlehem 


L. D. Bolin, Centerville 




M. M. Tucker, Marion *1 




B. F. Austin, Sprott 




M. W. Nichols, Sprott *2 


Fellowship (D) 


Oscar Wilson, Plantersville 


Fellowship (P) - - - - - - 


J. R. Carter, Marion *1 




E. H. Little John, Lawley 




J. T. Collins, Gallion 




J. G. Apsey, Greensboro 




S. P. Curb, Greensboro 




J. M. Moore, Marion 




J. B. Payne, Havana 


Mars Hint 


A. Pitts, Marion *2 




J. M. Gooder, Moro 




70 


I. C. Lovelace, Moundville 




67 
40 
31 
60 
11 
25 
32 
40 
33 
60 


6 

. 
2 


J. C. Stivender, Akron 


Mt Olive - - - 


W. M. Hughey, Sprott 




Nan C. Weathers, Newberne 




J. T. Richardson, Five Mile 




M. Fuller, Marion Junction 




Wade Lumbley, Augustine 




R. L. Potts, Perryville 


Pine Flat . - - . 


J. M. Alexander, Felix 




W. E. Hobson, Centerville 




A. L. Melton, Sprott 








39 


270 


17 


E. L. Powers, Marion. 








9 


48 




J. A. Haynesworth, Uniontown 






Totals, 1910 


2726 
2677 


218 
202 


1421 
1281 


38 
11 




Totals, 1909 







CALHOUN COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 




120 
125 
263 
106 
650 
15 


8 
10 
15 

8 
33 

9 


30 

79 

217 

90 

392 

141 


1 

9 
4 


D. M. Gardner, Jacksonville 


Anniston, Blue Mt'n 

First 

Glen Addie 




H. F. Williamson, Anniston 
J. L. Dodgen, Anniston 
Jesse Bone, Anniston 


Parker Memorial 
West 


---- 


C. D. WoodrufF, Anniston 
H. F. Williamson, Anniston 



74 



CALHOUN COUNTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



e 

•ss 



Antioch 

Bethlehem 

HoiliiiK Spring.- 

t\inc Croekt 

Colilwater 

Duko 

Ebciiczer 

KthclviUe 

Euhiton 

Friendship 

Harmony 

Hebron 

Iron City 

Jacksonville 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Zion 

Nance's Creek.. 

New Bethel 

New Home 

New Hopewell-. 

New Liberty t 

Oak Bowery 

Oak Grove 

Ohatchie 

Oxanna 

Oxford 

Piedmont 

Piedmont Spring 
Pleasant Ridge. - 

Post Oak 

Rabbittown 

Sulphur Spring.. 

Trinity t 

Weavers 

Wellington 

Whites Gap 

Zion Hill 

Totals, 1910_. 
Totals. 1909 _. 



37 

120 

109 

93 

141 

108 

10 

87 

71 

51 

230 

113 

28 

222 

135 

345 

77 

122 

22 

77 

121 

156 

82 

58 

149 

229 

204 

35 

121 

160 

174 

149 

49 

98 

53 

74 

41 



5430 
5021 



O 



298 
317 



65 



SUPERINTENDENT 



60 
65 
55; 
26i 
60 
35' 
50, 
25 1 
50 
65 
104 
240 



48 
40 
47 
35 
40 
48 
139 
134 
75 



56 



90 



2886 
2627 



11 



74 



A. Dishman, 

Evan Trennick, Oxfonl 

Geo. Dyer. Ohatchie ♦ 

G. W. S. Loyd. Alcxan.lcr *1 

W. M. Grogan. MoFall •2 

W. N. Thompson, Duke 

W. M. Hall, Lincoln 

Cooper GuUcdge, 

M. L. Gannaway. Anniston *:i 

J. M. Parris, Jacksonville ♦ 

R. T. p-aulkner, DeArmonvillc 

J. H. Poe, Wcllingtom *2 

C. E. Mathews, Iron City 

W. R. Hightower. Jacksonville 



J. W. Adams, Alexandria 
F. R. Borden, Jacksonville ♦ 



J. C. Medders. Piedmont 

G. P. Peace, Piedmont 'l 

J. A. Smith, Jacksonville 

T. W. Sisson, Ohatchie 

E. B. Dickinson, Reads 

H. T. Boozer, Jacksonville *3 

J. H. Bowles, Anniston, 208 F St 

D. C. Cooper, Oxford 

J. E. Roberts, Piedmont 

L. G. Ir«in, Piedmont *1 

J. W. Harris, Choccolocco 



J. W. HaU Choccolocco * 



E. W. Wright, Oxford 
D. F. Weaver. Weavers 
O. E. Usery, Wellington 
D. D. Walker, Jacksonville * 
A. N. Ward, Choccolocco 





CANEY ASSOCIATION. 


Antioch (T) 


65 

89 

245 

122 

50 

105 

19 

28 

150 

27 

132 

361 

150 

23 

92 

105 

43 

62 

34 

50 











Antioch (C)t.. 


9 
15 
6 
6 
5 


70 

168 

49 

50 

48 







Ashland 




Bethel 


A. P. Mann, Alexandria City 
J. T. McMath, Almond 


Corintht 


Daviston 




Goldvillet 




Hackney ville 


7 
7 
6 
6 
12 
8 


15 
66 

27 

75 

185 

60 


'.'.'.'." 




Hatchett Creekf 


A. A. Cobbs, Chandler Springs 


Liberty t 


E. E. Hays, Ashland 


Line ville 


P. W. Moore, Lineville 
W. T. Hutton, Ashland 








7 
8 


60 
65 






Millerville 


J. T. Catchings. Millerville 






Mt. Olive 


7 
7 
7 


45 
50 
50 






Mt. Pisgaht - - 


J. T. Waldrop, Goldville 


Mountain Spring 


C. K. Parker. Wadley 



75 



CANEY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



« 


"d m 






•si 


§1 


g 


1 


^^ 


se^ 


u 


^ 


o 


o 


■ W 


m. 



SUPERINTENDENT 



New Hopet 

New Salem 

Pole Bridget- - 

Providence 

Rock Spring.. 
Rocky Creek t- 

Salem 

Sardis 

Shiloh 

Spring Hill 

Union 

Wadley 

Zion Hill 

Totals, 1910 
Totals, 1909 



82 


6 


51 


112 


7 


50 


92 


4 


40 


76 


5 


25 


121 


7 


50 


47 


8 


60 


119 


7 


35 


60 


8 


77 


140 


7 


40 


117 


9 


68 


130 


7 


60 


30 


6 


69 


83 


5 


34 


3161 


209 


1742 


3192 


208 


1773 



W. M. Childs, Lineville 
I. R. Bonner, Alexandria City 
L. F. Morgan, Quenalda 
J. W. Ramage, Millerville 
J. H. Saxon, Goodwater 



L. R. Turner, Lineville 
J. B. McDaniel, Askland 
W. L. Runyan, Ashland 
J. M. Dannelly, Ashland 
T. J. Tidwell, Wadley 
J. T. Anderson, Wadley 
C. N. Smith, Daviston 



CEDAR BLUFF ASSOCIATION. 





33 
57 
47 
78 

100 

84 

21 

' 20 

47 

118 
77 
16 
59 

113 

. 49 

81 

29 








A. Y. Sentell, Chesterfield 


Demaris 


5 

8 
6 
6 
11 
5 
4 
4 
7 

1 

8 
8 
6 
6 


47 
45 
40 
52 

116 
40 
10 
32 
92 
30 
30 
60 

106 
50 
47 


2 

7 


A. Cleveland, Ceder Bluff 
Mrs. Pattie Stone, Ceder Bluff 


Farrill 

Friendship 


G. M. Adams, Ceder Bluff 

W. L. Mitchell, Round Mountain 

J. N. Hurtt, Gales ville 






Little River _. 


6 

- 


J. H. Bishop, Round Mountain 


Mill Creek .. 


B. H. Ball, Gaylesville 


Mt. Bethel - 




New Prospect 


J. A. J. Tomblin, Gaylesville 


Pleasant Valley 1 

Pleasant Valley 2 

Shiloh 


J. P. Myric, Jamestown 
B. L. Loving, CoUinsville * 


Unity ._- 


J. W. Hurlev, Round Mountain 




J. A. Sims, Round Mountain 










Totals, 1910.. . 

Totals, 1909 


1029 
1233 


95 
111 


797 
956 


19 





CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION. 



Aberfoil .. - . . . 


25 
41 
10 
56 
81 
78 
62 
48 
54 
34 
55 
76 
17 
19 
36 
341 






























Hardaway 


6 
5 
8 


36 
40 
50 




C. A. Davis, Hardaway 


Inverness 


J. H. Cogdale, Inverness 


Loflin.. .. - 


9 


45 






Macedonia . _ 




Midway ... 


12 
2 
6 


160 
25 
40 






Mt. Carmelt 

Mt. Ziont.. - 


J. T. Sims, Jr., Shopton 






Perote 










Sardist 


6 

14 


34 
200 




T. J. Watkins, Union Springs 


Union Springs 






Totals, 1910 


1033 
1033 


68 
62 


630 
458 






Totals. 1909 





76 



CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 



Alexander City.- 

Antioch 

Bellifsda 

Bethlehem 

Beulah -. 

Concord 

Corinth 

County Line 

Eclectic • - 

Elkahatchiet 

Estille 

Friendship 

Goodwater 

Ooodhope 

Harmony 

Hatchett Creek. . 

Hollins 

KcUeyton 

Liberty 

Liberty East 

Macedonia 

Mt. Hebron 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Zion.. - 

Xew Home 

New Hopet 

New Providence t 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Ridge. .. 

Poplar Spring 

Providence 

Refuge 

Rockford 

Rushinville 

Salem t 

Santuck 

Shiloh 

Shady Grove 

Tallassee 

Town Creek 

Union 

Union Spring 

Waysidet 

Weogufka t 

Totals, 1910... 
Totals, 1909... 



52 



270 

118 

108 

169 
84 
89 
50 
19 

284 

52 

9 

128 

193 
93 

161 
32 

104 
30 

114 
48 
75 

109 

196 

129 
61 

120 
52 
89 
94 
46 

166 
83 

114 
31 
58 

124 
92 
35 

365 
50 

104 
77 
80 

112 



ifi^ 

o 



SUPERINTENDENT 



T. S. Christian, Alex. City 
J. H. Hickman, Equality 
L. H. Welch, Equality •! 
V. M. Harris, Tallus.see »1 
W. G. Robertson, Wetumpka 
J. P. Arant, Equality ♦! 
T. L. Lecroy. Kellyton •2 



J. A. Howie, Eclectic 

A. J. McClellan, Alex. City •I 

A. R. Culverson, Weogufka ♦! 

W. R. Pruitt. Tallassee 

O. T. Smith, Goodwater 

W. E. Kennedy, Eclectic *2 

A. V. Graham, Eclectic *1 



4617 
4617 



321 
316 



16 J. T. Donnan. Hollins 

1 W. Wilson, Goodwater *4 

1 H. G. Reems. Equality *2 
1 J. B. David, Ozella 

J. M. Solley, Syllacaga 

1 L. E. Holley, Eclectic ♦J 
11 J. D. Ward, Goodwater 

J. J. Graves, Alex. City 

... J. M. Welch, Titus *1 
...; B. F. Mark, Alex. City *2 

S. A. Reems, Goodwater 

4 H. Z. Mottey, Eclectic 

J. K. Hudmon, Wetumpka *1 
M. W. Lamier, Thelma 
W. J. Steele, Schley 
J. C. Causey, Eclectic 
R. A. Suttle, Rockford 
J. T. Rushin, Eclectic 
W. L. Miller, Rockford *2 
W. C. Powell, Wetumpka *2 
J. E. Pinson. Kelleyton 



J. E. Sisk, Tallassee 

I. H. Harry, Titus 

H. C. Williams, Central 

W. F. Webb, Talladega Spring 

J. C. Penton. Rockford *1 

S. J. M. Webb, Weogufka 



CHEROKEE ASSOCIATION. 



Alexis 

Bethel 

Ceder Bluff 

Center 

Chalcedonia 

Friendship 

Liberty! 

Mt. Zion 

Nazareth 

New Bethel 

Pilgrim Rest 

Pine Grove 

Pisgah 

Providence t 

Round Mountain 

Rock Run 

Salem 

Sandy Creek 

Shady Grove 

Totes Chapel 

Unity HUl 



41 
95 

117 
52 
55 
81 

113 
62 
57 

127 
99 
43 
75 
43 
45 
62 
70 
46 

118 
33 
55 



Bunyan Green, Ceder Bluff 

A. D. Wilson, Forney 

C. G. Lawrence, Ceder Bluff 

J. H. Blair. Center 

Joe Bishop, Ceder Bluff 

Henry Fuqua, Key 

G. D. Sahnon, Spring Garden 

J. M. Fuqua Spring Garden 

C. A. Ferguson, Forney 

C. P. Kisor, Key 

W. T. Eaves, Forney 



73 
66 
56 
60 
50 
80 
65 
35 
45 
101 
40 

63 , 

56 ll G. I. Hcndon. Piedmont *3 
45 ' Thos. Blair. Center 



40 
75 
35 
30 
47 
33 
108 



J. M. Chancellor, Round Mountain 

E. Burnes, Rock Run 

J. V. Hardin. Esom Hill. Ga. 

W. P. Minshew. F<jmey 

C. H. Thornton. Leesburg 

Jno. James, Center 

A. F. Nicholson, Center *1 



CHEROKEE ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


"1 


o 


a 


1 
pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 




45 
82 


7 

7 


50 
60 




R. W. Landrum, Center 




G. W. Morgan, Center 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1616 
1623 


155 
122 


1313 
1152 


12 
32 





CHILTON COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Cane Creek 

Center Hill 

Collins Chapel 

Jamison 

Liberty Hill 

Macedonia 

Mars Hill 

Maple Spring 

Mulberry 

New Salem 

New Cedron 

New Zion 

Pilgrim Rest 

Pleasant Grove (J) 
Pleasant Grove (S) 

Pleasant Hillf 

Providence 

Sardis 

Shiloh 

Thorsby 

Union Grove 

Totals, 1910- - 
Totals, 1909. . 



137 

33 

110 

114 

181 

169 

229 

113 

193 

129 

54 

13 

92 

153 

128 

35 

180 

125 

96 

48 

98 



2430 
2413 



138 
141 



45 
50 
25 
60 
43 
30 
48 
40 
60 
60 
50 
40 
14 
30 
131 



961 
983 



R. E. Jones, Clanton 

T. W. Smith, Jemison, *3 

Sam Pate, Clanton 

S. T. Reynolds, Jemison 

B. J. Sessions, Clanton 

J. C. Veazey, Maplesville 

J. D. H. Terry, Jemison 

E. M. Giles, Clanton *2 

W. Y. Atchison, Maplesville 

A. F. Mims, Thorsby *1 

B. M. Deason, Billingsley 
A. J. Culp, Clanton 

R. P. Kendrick, Plantersville 
W. E. Thomas, Jemison *1 
J. R. McAfee, Lawley *1 



W. H. Shaw, Jemison *3 
J. J. Owens, Maplesville 
J. I. Bice, Clanton *3 
J. J. Stanley, Thorsby 
R. S. Chandles, Jemison *4 



CLARKE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 





84 
28 
44 
70 

150 

124 
27 
85 
78 
24 
89 
39 

122 
84 
47 

161 
77 
77 

133 
35 
44 

259 
30 
28 
68 
93 
94 


5 
6 
6 
4 
5 
7 


36 
30 
28 
55 
28 
45 


...... 


J. T. Freeman, Whatley 




J. R. Weeks, Whatley 


Antioch 

Bassetts Creekf - 


Summers Harrell, Grove Hill 
J. D. Stephens, Fulton 


Bashan 


W. K. Williams, Opine 


Bethel 


J. W. Howell, CoffeeviUe 


Cane Creek 




Center Point 

Chilton 

Clarkesville . 


7 
6 


51 

40 




S. M. Shoemake, CoffeeviUe 
Geo. H. Hare, Chilton 


CoffeeviUe 

Dickinson 

Elam 

Enon.. .. 


5 
5 
5 
6 

4 
8 
5 


35 
25 
25 
38 
30 
76 
25 





T. J. Shoemake, CoffeeviUe 
T. A. Wilson, Dickinson 
T. W. WilUams. Glover 


Evergreen 

Forest Spring 




J. S. Jones, Walker Spring 
T. J. Beetis, Marvin 


Friendship . 


W. I. McCoy, Cunningham 


Fulton. _ 






5 
2 
6 
10 
6 
5 
6 


35 
40 
35 
108 
30 
23 
66 


2 W. H. Williamson. Peacock 








Goodwill .. 


T. J. Lavender, Grove Hill 


Grove Hill 


W. D. Dunn, Grove Hill 


Hall's Lake . . . 




Hopewell .. .. 


W. N. Hornison, Chilton 


Horeb .. 


S. H. Guinn, Whatley 


Independence . 




Indian Springf 


8 


50 




W. B. Doyle, Dixon's Mill 



78 



CLARKE COUNTY AS^()(M ATlON Ccjntinucl. 



CHURCHES 


e 


O 


c 

V 

E 

1 

a 


't. 
og 


SUPERINTENDENT 

• 




202 

110 

64 

283 

65 

38 

124 

135 

103 

116 

232 

93 

90 

133 

26 

84 

20 

52 

254 

168 

60 

80 

83 


14 
5 
4 

24 
6 
3 
5 
6 
3 


130 
15 
20 

140 
48 
16 
21 
35 
13 


6 

2 


G. S. Chapman, Jackson 




Jno. Lariniore, Dickinson 
F. Rush. Lower Peach Tree 
C. W. Durge. Forcstdale 


Lower Peach Tree 


Mt. Gilead 


Daniel Gill, Walker Spring 


Mt. Nebot 

Mt. Vernon -. 

New Prospect 

Peniel — 


Miss N. Brandcnherg, Scyrcne 
S. N. Hanalhan, Atkin.son 
J. S. Crenshaw, Coffeevillc 
Howard McVey, McVey 


River Hill 

Rockville 

Round Hill 


7 
5 
6 
5 
6 
8 
5 
5 
13 
6 
6 
5 

6 


94 
35 
25 
32 
52 
50 
24 
30 
168 
35 
36 
30 
60 







L. A. Berry, Saiitpa 

R. C. Blackwell, Rockville 

W. J. Spinks, Thomasville 


Salem -- 


J. E. Bradford, Scyrene 
W. W. Harrell, Saiitpa 


Stave Creek- 

Suggsville 

Tallahatta 


R. K. Hoven, Jackson 
J. B. Cleveland. Suggsville 
N. 1. Hill. Tallahatta Spring 
S. C. Stutts, Thomasville 






C. H. Miller. Coffee ville 




C. W. Duke. Allen 


West Bend 


B. E. Jordan. Cunningham 


Witch Creek 


J. A. Turner. West Bend 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


4799 
4617 


1 284 
316 


2063 
2749 


14 
158 





CLAY COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 


Bethelt 


72 

55 

96 

134 

166 

169 

180 

56 

83 

66 

101 

43 

113 

86 

31 

218 

81 

35 


6 
7 
5 
7 
8 
6 
8 
6 
7 
6 

? 

9 
6 
7 
6 
9 
5 


J 

40 
30 
30 
75 
60 
116 
25 
30 
30 
58 
20 
80 
30 
75 
75 
30 
35 


3 
3 

8 
. 

3 
3 
. 

4 
4 

1 


G. T. Ingram, Delta 




M. B. Williams, Mellow Valley 




C. J. Hamlin. Ashland 




J. J. Hodnett, Lineville 




C. W. Shultz, Pyriton 




S. O. Phillips, Almond 


Delta - 


G. F. Ingram, Delta 




L. E. Horn, Chandler Spring 


Goodhope (D) 


T. K. Miller, Pyriton 




H. Owens. Lineville 




W. P. Mills, Delta 


Mt. Olivet - 


J. H. Fulton, Lineville 


Mt. Pleasant - - 


G. T. Moore, Lineville 


Mt. Zion - 


D. W. Roberson, Ashland 




H. R. Knight, Lineville 




T. J. Orr, Lineville 




J. A. Shadix, Pyriton 


Union (T) -. 


J. S. Canady, Talladega 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1785 
1710 


122 
123 


899 
1001 


32 





CEDAR CREEK ASSOCIATION. 




92 
88 
52 
45 


2 
5 

4 


50 
60 

40 




G. B. Laster. Addison 


Arleyt 


S. D. Kennedy, Arley 


Bethlehem 


J. H. Smith, Falls City 


Bethel 1 




Bethel 2 










Bethesda t 


19 
38 
11 
84 


6 

4 


40 
34 




R. C. Smith. Arley 


Beulaht 


J. 0. Rogers 


Clear Creek 




Concord t 


7 


65 




L. C. Bottoms. National Bridge 



79 



CLEAR CREEK ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


S2 


u 


a 
B 

1 

a 


1 
p. 

ci 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Corinth - _. 


34 
95 
26 
21 
45 

152 
23 
67 

101 












4 


129 


1 


G. W. Adkins, Double Springs 


Emmonfield-- 


Fair vie w 










Friendship __ _ 










Haleyville _ 


7 
7 


136 
80 




R. W. Wood, Haleyville 
Jas. Walker, Double Springs 


Houston t-- 




Macedonia 










Mt. Eborn _ 


52 
48 
60 
167 
23 
36 










Mt. OHvet . 










Mt. Pisgah ___ 












7 


75 




J. C. Long, Haleyville 


Oak Grove _ _ ._ 


Pleasant Hill 1 










Pleasant Hill 2 


46 
61 

129 
11 
68 

123 
30 
48 
69 

102 


5 

7 
4 
4 
6 


44 
79 
30 
31 
40 




W. D. Pace, Double Springs 


Pleasant Grove 


Rock Creek t - 




G. W. Adams, Double Springs 
J. C. Cooper, Brown's Creek 


Rock Springt - 


Salemt- - - 


Sardis 1_. ... .._ 




Sardis 2 

Shiloh 


5 


40 




W. H. Hardin, Map 


Union Chapel 










Union Grove . 


5 


50 




J. P. Handley, Double Springs 




Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2139 
2117 


89 
94 


1023 
935 


1 
30 





CLEBURNE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Ai 


86 
176 


5 


70 






Bethlehem _ . 




Bethsaida 1 _ 


69 
36 
98 

200 
61 
53 
63 
33 
45 
69 

103 
43 

118 
47 

262 
77 
76 
24 
49 

129 
44 
90 
22 
60 
85 










Bethsaida 2 










Camp Creek- . 










Ceder Creek t - - 


8 


58 






Chulafinnee. . 




Concord . . _ _ _ 








R E Powell 


Edwardsville 


7 
7 
4 
6 
10 


70 
62 
30 
50 
110 










Fruithurst. .. 




Harmony Grove.. 




Heflin 




J. C. Bean, Heflin 


Hepziba .... 


Hopewell _ _ . 


5 
6 

21 


60 
80 

125 




T. J. Kaylor, Hopewell 
S. H. Watson Heflin *1 


Howies Grove 


Lost Creek 


C. Y. Kennedy, Bowden, Ga. 


Macedonia.. __ 


New Harmony. 


5 


33 




E A Riddle Heflin *4 


New Hopewell-. 




Pilgrim Rest ... 










Pine Grove. . . .. 


10 
5 


80 
70 




J. A. Brown, Bells Mill 

W T Walker Edwardsville 


Oak Grove.. 


Shoal Creek 




Union Grove. - 










Union Hill 


6 
8 


35 
45 




E. C. Smith, Hightower 
D. A. Johnson, Heflin *3 


Pleasant Hill 




Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2218 
2405 


113 
92 


978 
877 


53 





80 



COFFEE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


O 




a 

e 
1 

c 


i 

D. 
Id 

n 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Bethany 


151 

21 

152 

69 

117 

81 

50 

91 

45 

117 

64 

243 

172 

132 

210 

89 

454 

119 

65 

86 

67 

165 

305 

57 

89 

46 

186 


3 


46 




S. D. Fuller. New Brocton 


BLthcl 


Bethlehem 


7 
7 
5 
8 
6 


150 
70 
40 
93 
40 


16 
- 


A. J. Wise, Victoria 
L J. Johnson, Elba •! 
R. Schaffer. New Blocton 
T. T. Brooks, Enterpri.se 
Alvie Howell, Anton 


Bluff Spring 


Brocton.. 


Calvary 




Christian Home 


Clintonville 


6 
6 
5 
8 
4 
12 
20 


45 
71 
60 
66 

100 
60 

142 


2 

6 
7 

"""12 


J. L. Snider, Clintonville 
A. E. Medley, Enterprise *1 
G. (ilisson. Chancellor 
J. B. Martin, Enterprise 
W. S. Windham. Elba 
W. E. Hayes, Ozark *2 
Y. W. Ramer, Elba 


Cove Springt 


Corinth 


County Line . 


Damascus t - 


Ebenezer . 


Elba 


Enont . 




23 


260 




J. E. James. Enterprise 


Hebron 


Macedonia .. 








Mt. Carmelt - 


5 75 
9 r^ 


3 

1 


A. J. Smith, Coffee Springs 
Dock Donaldson, Elba *6 
Henry Hudson, Ozark *3 
P. O. Martin, Enterprise 


Mt. Gilead 


Mt. Liberty 


6 
8 
6 
7 
7 

R 


30 
100 
60 
49 
40 
74 
50 
40 
45 
19 
2.'> 


Mt. Pleasant 


Mt. Ziont 


New Ebenezer 






New Haven t. - 


M M Wells Elba *3 


New Hornet- - 


J. W. Bowdoin, Enterprise *4 

J. D. Willis, Tennile 

J. D. Lasseter. Troy *10 

J. R. Godwin 

C. J. Windham 

J. J. Devonne, Elba 

R. H. Arrington, New Brocton *2 

J. L. Jernigan. Victoria *1 




130 S 


Perdue 


34 
89 
16 
112 
74 
94 


6 
6 
6 
6 


Rocky Headt - 


Sholiht , 

White Waterf 




6' 40 




10 50 






Totals. 1910... 

Totals, 1909 


3992 
3851 


222 

2181 


1990 
2012 


51 

258 





Barton 


15 

64 




1 


• 




k 


30| 

40' 4 


0. C. Terry, Town Creek 
J. S. Elkins, Cleaver 


Bethel. . . 


194' 7 


Cherokee.. 


60 

114 








Cherry HiU 


7 


75 

45 
48 




W. W. Sugg, Russelville *5 
T. E. Henley, Leighton 
J. M. Givens, Town Creek 


Leigh ton t . - . 


15 i 


Liberty. . 


94 

19 
104 

81 
151 
374 
134 

57 
183 

34 


7 


Littleville 


M acedonia 


4 
5 


45 
70 


3 


H. L. Wimberly, Newburg 
Jas. Houston, Tuscumbia 


Okolona.. ,_ 

Riverston . _ . 


Russell ville 

Sheffield First 


17 260 
12 110 


60 
5 


N. C. Greenhill. Russell viU'e 


Sheffield, Fur. Hill 


7 

12 

5 


60 

140 

25 






7 




Valley Grove 


J. M. Whitlock. Tuscumbia 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


1693 
1569 


92 
105 


948 
948 


79 
25 





81 



COLUMBIA ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


S2 

O 


1i2 
o 


B 

1 

a 


1 
ft 

m 


SUPERINTENDENT 




21 

48 

63 

74 
202 

84 
149 
111 
257 

86 
125 

43 
114 

96 
666 
180 
117 

89 

47 
110 

39 
162 
159 

43 
154 
185 
172 
238 

97 
163 
110 

25 

37 
163 

94 
119 
122 
125 












7 
4 
6 
7 

12 
6 
7 

14 


75 
70 
35 
35 
50 
45 
42 
160 


3 

5 
9 


J. T. Pettigrew, Ashford 


Belkumt - - 


G. E. Tyson, Headland 




J. M. Paulk, Taylor *1 


Bethel - - 


W. L. Boyd, Dothan 




H. L. Floyd, Midland City 


Bluff Spring 


0. L. McArthur, Ashford 




A. A. Killingsworth, Ashford 












7 
6 
5 
3 

26 

12 
7 
6 
7 
4 
7 

10 
3 
7 
6 
7 
3 

14 
3 
4 
8 
5 
5 
3 
5 

10 
4 
7 


90 
40 
85 
25 
450 
220 
50 
64 
35 
60 
45 
99 
30 
50 
45 
75 
24 
80 
42 
25 
35 
40 
60 
30 
30 
100 
20 
90 


4 
6 

5 
6 






E. C. Campbell, Newton 




B. A. Forester, Cowarts 




D. F. Odom, Dothan *3 


Dothen, First t -- 


J. V. Brown, Dothan 


Dothan, Highland Av«... 


F. M. Gains, Dothan 
W. B. Bruner, Columbia 




V. A. Brackin, Ashford 
















W. B. Horn, Malvern 




M. W. Spiva. Dothan 


Mt. Ararat t 


A. Deese, Dothan *4 


Mt. Enont .. - _ 


M. Brackin, Dothan 


Mt. Gilead - . 


Fred Ward, Dothan 


Mt. Pleasantt . . -- 


A. B. Barberry, Dothan *7 




R. F. Thornton. Gordon *1 


Pilgrim Restt- - 




Pleasant Hill _ 


W. A. Jordan, Gordon 


Pleasant Plains t 

Pleasant Restf 


W. M. Key, Headland . 
L. F. Snow, Graceville, *2 




W. Powell, Dothan 




Ely Hughes, Dothan 




S. Lizenbv, Dothan 




E. J. Whiddon, Dothan 


Union Hillf 


T. J. Robins, Ashford *1 


Webb . - .-- . - 


C. V. Miller. Webb 






Totals. 1910 

Totals. 1909- - 


4889 
4601 


257 
237 


2551 
2619 


39 
301 





CONECUH COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Arkadelphia 

Bellville 

Bermuda t 

Bethany t 

Brewer Creek 

Brooklyn 

Castleberry 

Ceder Creek 

Evergreen 

S. S. at Or. Home. 

Fairfield 

Holly Grove 

Long Branch 

Midway t 

New Hornet 

New Hope 

New Hopewell 

Oak Grovet 

Olive Branch 

Old Townt 



76 


3 


114 


8 


35 


6 


33 


5 


35 


5 


161 


7 


65 


7 


164 


8 


407 


18 




10 

7 


65 


85 


4 


73 


5 


150 


7 


52 


4 


77 


7 


21 


3 


20 


7 


58 


7 


74 


6 



12 
88 
47 
35 
23 
36 
45 
90 
180 
80 
25 
30 
40 
35 
35 
50 
20 
58 
35 



82 



10 



W. H. Womack, Evergreen 
F. P. Hines, Bellville 
W. H. Wood, Bermuda 



Jas. Fuller, Evergreen 

E. N. Amos, Brooklyn 

R. E. Warren, Castleberry 

R. J. Morris, Volina 

G. R. Famham, (Deceased) 

C. S. Rabb, Evergreen 

S. L. Purnell, Ajax 

C. Ellis 

J. E. Purnell, Cohassett 

Jas. Brooks, Skimmerton 

J. J. Sanford, Gem 

M. A. Lane, Georgiana 

J. T. Pierce, Lenox 

J. W. McGinnis, Repton 

J. R. Myers, Owassa 

J. H. Kelly. Rabb 



CONECUH COUNTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


Church 
Members 


Officers and 
Teachers 


a 

u 

2 
c 


1 

0. 

a 

m 


SUPERINTENDENT 




24 
75 
67 
69 


5 
5 
3 

4 


20 
50 
18 
12 


2 


R. L, Lock, Range 




J. W. Gaston. Rcpton 








W. D. Wright. Garland 






Totals. 1910 

Totals. 1909.. 


2000 
2146 


151 
136 


111 
947 


16 






COOS 


A RH 


rER ASSOCIATION, 




32 

21 

108 

124 

78 

49 

87 

111 

126 

80 

204 

23 

96 

124 

59 

15 

91 

106 

130 

87 

82 

82 

108 

76 

115 

57 

60 

56 

86 

132 

47 

109 

45 

136 

28 

71 

140 

254 

462 

68 

31 

104 

162 

160 

123 


7 
9 
8 
4 
8 
6 
6 
10 
4 
4 
9 


35 

51 
40 
44 
169 
65 
50 
75 
30 
50 
66 


- 


S. C. Christie. Alpine 


Antioch(S. Co.) t-- ------ 

Antioch (T. Co.) t 

Blue Eye - 


H. M. Winslett, Vincent 
W. 0. Grant. Oxford 
G. L. Hilt, Lincoln 




J. T. H. Lewis. Bon Air 




E. D. Caldwell, Alpine *2 


Central Mills . 


Jim Batson, Sylacauga 




F. Moss, Childersburg 




R. M. Clayton, Cropwell 




R. M. Hodges, Cropwell 




W. R. Looney. Fayetteville 








8 
5 

7 
5 

7 
6 
7 
5 


21 
45 
40 
20 
73 
20 
54 
35 


8 
9 


R. M. Borum, Harpersville 




M. G. Phillips. Renfroe 




T. W. Pain. Ironaton 




L C. Wilson, Jenifer 




E. D. Acker, Lincoln 




J. J. Burks. Vincent 


Mt. Ida 


M. M. Norred. Talladega 


Mt Sharon . 


W. J. Burford. Childersburg 








7 

11 

6 


68 
80 
35 


""""is 

4 


A. C. Fleming, Vincent 




J. A. Smith, Munford 




M. M. Butts, Sylacauga 
















Providence (Clay) 

Providence (Tal.) 

Providence (Shel.) 


6 

10 

7 

6 

8 

8 

6 

7 

8 

5 

12 

15 

17 

9 


42 

50 

62 

35 

173 

60 

30 

58 

25 

46 

49 

187 

350 

56 


2 
'"i2 


G. M. Gunter. Talladega *4 
R. F. Brown. Talladega 3 
D. B. Evans. Arkwright 
P. R. Crump. Lincoln 




C. T. Caldwell, Riverside 


Rocky Mountain 

Salemt 


E. W. West. Sylacauga 
W. A. Whitmore 


Salt Creekt 


J. A. Adams, Munford *2 




J. T. Turner, Seddon 


Shelving Rockt 


G. W. Hutcherson, Wynett 




J. E. Goodwin. Sycamore 




G. H. Thigpen. Sylacauga 


Talladega First. . 


J. H. Havden. Tallageda 


Talladega. Second . _ 

Talladega Spring 


P. M. Goodman. Talladega 

V. E. Cooper, Talladega Spring 


7 
8 
7 
9 


75 
75 
65 
95 


4 
7 


G. A. Hutchinson, Sylacauga 




J. F. McGraw, Vincent . 




W. J. Weldon. Wilson vUle 




I. W. Rhodes. Alpine 






Totals, 1910 .- 

Totals. 1909 


4545 
4547 


304 
282 


2960 
2678 


75 
131 





83 



CRENSHAW COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 




'Hi2 

M 

o 


a 

<u 

B 
o 

CI 


1 
a 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Bethel . . . 


120 

131 

164 

43 

87 
82 


11 

24 
6 


35 

115 

46 


5 


W. S. Mathews 




L. C. Cooper, Brantley 


Chapel Hill - 


Jake Dobbs 








5 

8 


30 
69 


2 


W. R. Eiland, Glenwood 




W. M. Green, Glenwood 


Gravel Hill 






105 
62 
66 

101 
46 
50 
65 

112 
29 
46 

191 
56 


11 
4 
5 
6 


144 
30 
35 
39 




J. C. Weldon, Luverne 


Mt Gilead 




Mt. Idat 


2 


W. H. Buckalew 


Mt. Zion - 


Y. M. Capps, Glenwood 








6 
3 
3 
10 
5 
9 
5 


40 
35 
25 
70 
40 
25 
47 


_ 


J. H. Brown 




John Day 




J. M. Russell . 




W. M. Arrington, Rutledge 




J. H. Clarke 




Oscar May 


Spring Hill t - 


W. T. Windham, Troy *2 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


1556 
1426 


121 
116 


825 
908 


10 
13 





CULLMAN ASSOCIATION. 





55 

106 

102 

61 

83 

76 

82 

41 

140 

17 

75 

90 

35 

170 

132 

95 

139 

52 

142 

105 

183 

6 

195 

59 

61 

146 

112 

83 

37 

24 

92 

114 

80 

70 

39 

50 

78 


5 


55 




J. E. Creal, Bangor 






Berlin 


5 


50 




R. B. White, Cullman *3 






Bethlehem (E) -_ 


10 


65 


2 


W. S. Baggett, Hanceville 


Bethlehem (W) 






3 


54 




J. T. McLendon, Cullman *4 






Center Hill.. 


7 


60 


8 


W. T. Lee, Hanceville *2 


















8 


70 


2 


W. W. Powers, Cullamn *9 








11 
8 

'5 

6 

7 
7 
8 


183 
120 
35 
87 
85 
81 
32 
30 


15 

— -i4 
- 


S. H. Green, Cullman 


Cullman, German 


W. C. Brooks, Cullman 
L. C. Hutson, Cullman *3 




J. F. Walker, Vinemont 


Enon. 


J. H. Holmes, Vinemont *2 


Etha - 


R. H. Williams, Eva * 


Fairview 


Alex Linton, Hanceville 


Flint Creek. __ _ 


W. H. Walker, Vinemont 




Miss Lula CoUum, Garden City 




13 
8 


• 80 
50 


1 
2 


J. H. Brooks, Cullman *6 




J. T. Meadows, Hanceville 






Holly Pond 


7 
6 


36 

45 


1 


W. 0. House, Holly Pond 




B. J. House, Hanceville 
















Missionary Grove 

Mountain Grove 

Mt. Hopet 


9 
7 
6 


50 
54 
40 


- 


S. F. Hendrix, Cullman *5 
J. P. Moore, Blountsville *2 
Geo. Fingle, Crane Hill 


Mt Pleasant 




Mt. Zion . 


6 

7 
7 
6 


75 
40 
70 
50 


2 


J. N. Bright, Cullman *3 




G. W. Noels, Arab *2 


New Home 

New Hope. 


Thos. Warrick, Joppa 

H. N. Thomas, Hanceville *3 







84 



CULLMAN ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


Church 
Members 

Officers and 
Teachers 


a 

e 

o 
u 
c 
W 


i 

.2 

0. 

n 


SUPERINTENDENT 




78 B 


60 
60 


8 


H. M. Thomas, Hancevillc *3 
J. T. Brown. Cullman *7 


PilKrim Rest 


85 
16 


7 


Ryan's Creek 


103 
47 
61 
50 
14 
28 










Sardis 


4 2.^ 


11 






5 


58 


W. Y. Brindley. Cullman 2 


Union 


Valley Spring . 










Welcome 




















Totals. 1910 -- 

Totals. 1909 


3631 
3328 


201 1731 
185 1716 


74 







DALE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 


Bethel 


137 

74 

119 

40 

184 

107 

69 

27 

100 

47 

52 

75 

170 

386 

249 

85 

77 

174 

58 

157 

113 

50 

168 

94 

48 


7 
6 
6 


46 
30 
54 




N. F. Cheshire Newton *2 


Chalk Head 


H. 0. Strickland Ozark *6 


Charlton 


J. E. Barnes. Anton 

Jackson Bull 

R. L. Marchman, Daleville 

N. K. Byrd, Elamville 

H. C. Goodman. Midlancl City 




Daleville 

Elam 

Enon t 


9 

7 
7 


50 
50 
37 







Midland City... 


9 
5 
5 


91 
43 
45 




A. J. Beverett. Midland City 
M. D. Donnell Daleville *1 




Mt. Pisgah 


G. M. Kirkland, Newville 








7 

21 

17 

■ 5 

6 

6 


40 
183 
165 
30 
98 
80 




J. M. Covington, Capps ♦ 




Ozark 




Peniel 


J. J. Mizell, Clio 


Pinckard. - 

Pleasant Grove t 

Pleasant Hill 


J. L. Snell, Pinckard 
E. J. Peters, Ozark * 




9 

7 
6 
18 
6 
5 


90 
54 
40 
75 
90 
55 




W. M. Worthington, Ozark *1 






Rocky Mountaint 


Jas. Williams. Ozark 
R. M. Kelley. Clio * 


Shiloh... 


J. S. Marchman. Douglas 




Geo. Connor, Tenniie 






Totals, 1910- .- 

Totals, 1909 


2860 
2667 


174 
141 


1446 
1288 







DE KALB COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Antioch _ 


108 
63 
71 
20 

101 
37 
96 

180 
87 
82 
86 

111 
25 
69 

155 
85 


7 
8 


65 
36 


2 Andy Stallings. FyflFe 


Bankhead . 


3 J. S. Green. Bankhead 


Bethel 




Bethlehem i 


3 
10 

7 

li 

12 
8 

10 
7 
6 
8 

1 


30 
93 
60 
96 
97 
56 
80 
70 
40 
50 
20 
48 
141 


1 W. X. Hamrick 


Beulah 

Buront -- 


J. S. Treadaway. Grove Oak *3 

W. A. Hawkins, Ft. Payne ^2 




1 R. J. Wright, Chavies 




4 J. R. Siniard, Collins ville 




3 J. K. Phillips 


Flat Rockt 


C. C. Turner. Portersville 


Fort Payne 


9 J. P. Stanley. Fort Payne 




Melvin Eidson, Dawson 




W. C. Williams, Sylvania 


Gravel Hillt - 


Mrs. S. Carroll. Colbran 


Hopewellt- 


W. E. Gibbs. Crossville 


Kyukat 


C. E. Menkie. Boaz *1 



85 



DE KALB COUNTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


u 

p 


•§i2 
o 


a 


1 

TO 


SUPERINTENDENT 




101 
98 
18 

123 
92 
31 
87 
14 

104 
98 

112 

169 
53 
68 
76 
93 
13 

110 
38 
32 
27 
78 
78 
66 

198 
36 
37 


8 

7 


80 
52 




J. M. Gibbs, CrossvUle *1 




J. W. Crowley, Crossville 






Mt. Flat - 


8 
8 
6 
6 

7 
8 
7 
9 
8 
10 
8 
7 
9 


59 

59 

75 

40 

62 

60 

107 

112 

72 

112 

56 

66 

60 


3 

is 

2 
3 


S. P. Poole, Grove Oak 


Mt. Pleasant - - - - 


S. P. Poole. Grove Oak 


Mt. Tabor - 


J. A. Minix 


Mt. Zion 


Mrs. Mae Jackson 




H. A. Hall, Chavies 




A. H. Clayton 




A. J. Ray, AlbertviUe *6 




J. W. Chambers, AlbertviUe *1 




Mrs. J. P. Thompson, Crossville *2 




J. W. Little, Grove Oak 




W. T. Carter, Dawson 


Pleasant Hill 1 

Pleasant Hill 2 . _ - 


J. P. Pickett 

D. T. Mince, Chavies 








8 
8 


70 
35 




A. W. Mince, Keener 




J. R. Aikin, Ft. Payne *4 














M. A. Hoopper 


Shiloht 


7 
7 
9 

10 
7 


62 
30 
36 
80 
52 






Unity 


1 
2 


W. H. Summerhour, Jude *1 




R. P. Brown 




R. A. Graves, Crossville 




J. T. Roberts, Section 


Valley Head 














Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


3426 
3726 


197 
279 


2403 
2540 


48 





EAST LIBERTY ASSOCIATION. 




209 

113 

46 

12 

39 

141 

78 

173 

118 

190 

63 

193 

213 

120 

108 

54 

127 

171 

273 

188 

108 

36 

42 

35 

75 

156 

119 

52 

20 

27 


7 
4 
3 


60 

45 
60 




T. J. Christian, LaFayette 


Beulah 


Chas. Smith, Blanton 




J. T. Pitchford, Dadeville 


Bethel (Lee) 




Bethel (Tal.) 


5 
4 
4 

12 
4 
4 
4 

10 


40 
44 
40 

121 
60 
50 
30 

202 




J. C. Gregory, Dadeville 


Bethel (Cham.) . 


A. P. Crowder, Welch 




R. F. Shank, Glass 


Camp Hill 


W. H. Payne, Camp Hill 




J. R. Gilliland, LaFayette 




J. S. Allen, LaFayette 




F. K. Middleton, Cusseta 


Dadeville -- 


G. J. Sorrell, DadeviUe 


Eagle Creek 






8 
5 
4 
5 
8 

14 
8 

13 


30 

40 

35 

60 

80 

180 

180 

190 




J. H. Cooper, Opelika 




J. W. Dabbs, Dadeville 


Five Points - 


R. L. McLain, Five Points 




D. A. Magnan, Fredonia 




Lum East, Jackson's Gap 


LaFayette- -_ 


N. D. Denson, LaFayette 


Lanett - - . 


J. D. Norman, Lanett 




I. B. Morris, Langdale 








2 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 


40 
20 
60 
60 
50 
29 




W. A. Robertson, Dadeville 




W. T. Williams, Camp Hill 




C. R. Harrison, Shawmut 




J. D. Pepper, Milltown 


Mt. Carmel 


J. C. Mcintosh, Dadeville 


Mt. Zion . 


M. S. Sessions, Dadeville 






Pine Grove 


3 


30 




j. W. Jacob, DadeviUe 



86 



EAST LIBERTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



e 

u 

•SB 
U 



o 



SUPERINTENDENT 



Pleasant Ridge.. 

Providence 

Riverview 

Rock Spring (C) . 
Rock Spring (T) . 
Rocky Mountain 

Sand Creek 

ShUoh 

Waverly 

Totals, 1910 
Totals. 1909 



36 

18 

111 

279 

68 

63 

234 

50 

31 



4189 
4257 



212 
207 



2228 
2181 



W. C. Rocck. Dadeville 

J. S. Meadows, West P.iint, Oa. 

H. T. Oilson, Riverview 

O. G. Moore, LaFayetle 

Lee Prickett, Jackson Gap 



T. T. Tucker, Camp Hill 
R. G. Leverelt. Abanda 
N. G. Findley, Waveriy 





ELIM ASSOCIATION. 


Canoe - 


54 
71 
55 
50 
52 
121 
33 
29 
24 
94 


7 
6 
9 
5 
7 
6 
9 
5 
4 
8 


40l 

42, 

64 2 


P. E. Stanton, Canoe 




C. R. Higdon, Muscogee, Fla. 




C. G. Jordan, Poarch 


Mars Hint 


15 
60 
44 
20 
30 
13 
20 


i 


E. D. Briary, Boonville 




D. D. Shiver, Perdido 


Perdido 


C. R. Weekly, Perdido 




G. B. Hare, Bay Minettc 




Jerr Odon, Hammac 




W. B. Hubbard, PineviUe. Fla. 


Sardist 


W. A. KUliam, Bluff Spring. Fla. 


















Totals. 1910 

Totals, 1909 


583 
902 


66 
83 


348 
569 


3 
40 





ESCAMBIA ASSOCIATION. 



Atmore 

Bethel 1 

Bethel 2t 

Blackwater t 

Blue Springt 

Bethesda 

Brewton 

Catawba Springs. 

Century 

Damascus 

Elim.. 

Flomaton 

Little Escumbia. 

Magnolia 

Nokomist 

Pleasant Grove.. 
Point Pleasant.. 

Pollard 

Wallace 

Zion HiU. 

Totals. 1910 
Totals, 1909 



165 

147 
66 

oo 

100 

268 

80 

50 

105 

204 

123 

89 

124 

19 

66 

68 

57 

19 

41 



1891 
1836 



10 
14 
6 
5 
6 
8 
11 
7| 
7 

8 
9 
6 



40 



50 
177 
61 
53 i 
34 
65 
75 
59 
46 
38 
30 
65 
30 



14 



130 1019 
122, 1017 



18 



58 



N. P. Kearly. Atmore 
I. Jordan, Atmore 



J. W. EUiot. Bradley 



J. H. Brown, Local 
D. C. Burson, Brewton 
W. J. Jackson, Brewton * 
J. L. Hurley, Century, Fla. 
H. White, Bre\vton * 
L. B. Murphy, Roberts 
W. J. Bryan, Flomaton 
D. W. Powell, Flomaton 
N. A. Jordan, Sardine 
J. W. Mynat, Nokomis 
C. Bush, Steadham 
J. G. Rogers, Brewton * 
J. D. Owen, Sr., Pollard 



G. W. Bursh, Brewton *2 



87 



ETOWAH ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


2 

"1 
O 


Is 

si 

O 


1 

1 


s 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 




145 

194 

104 

30 

125 

34 

106 

38 

224 

109 

83 

130 

385 

210 

110 

55 

113 

10 

64 

141 

24 

12 

240 

68 

63 

112 

116 

110 

23 

89 

81 

73 


8 
14 

7 


116 

240 

45 


10 
11 


B. H. Ellison, Altoona 


Attalla _ _ - - 


J. T. Payne. Attalla 




Chester Sitz, Keener *1 


Bristoe's Creekf 




11 


75 




R. M. Blackwell, Keener 2 








8 


75 




A. R. Whited, Gadsden *1 


Center t 






8 
4 
4 
9 
25 
11 
7 


141 
65 
35 
84 
350 
172 
50 


9 
19 


N. H. Bomer, Alabama City 




G. H. Bearden, Alabama City 




J. P. C. Waddell, Gadsden *1 




B. H. Stroud, Gadsden 2 




R. M. Willbanks, Gadsden 


Gadsden, Second 


J. M. Hooks, Gadsden 
W. A. Booker, Gadsden 2 






Hokes Bluff . _ -._ 


7 
5 
7 
8 


45 
25 
45 
60 


. 


J. R. Barnes, Hokes Bluff 


Keener's Chapel 


Chas. Tillery, Attalla *1 

W. A. Carthage, Murry Cross 




J. P. Garrett, Gadsden 


Mt Pisgaht 




Mt Olivet 












6 

7 


48 
60 




G. H. Myrick, Rock Spring 


Pleasant Hill. .. 


G. W. Stovall, Attalla *1 








7 
8 
6 
5 
7 
3 
6 


60 
55 
65 

42 
51 
30 
50 


12 
- 
2 
2 


A. S. Long, Keener 




J. E. Gallaway, Gallant 




Jas. Watson, Murry Cross 




N. A. Smith, Sligo 




J. T. Campbell, Walnut Grove 


Whites Chapelt 


Thos, McDavid, Gadsden *4 




T. C. Wright, Gadsden *4 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


3391 
3411 


198 
189 


2087 
2182 


68 
33 





EUFAULA ASSOCIATION. 



Bethlehemt 


76 
177 

89 
368 

88 

88 


6 

16 

11 

20 

8 

6 


25 
165 

62 
260 
100 

38 


12 

4 
3 

1 


M. B. Reynolds, Louisville 
B. Davie, Clayton 


Clio -- . . --- 


A. C. Dillard, Clio 


Eufaula, First 

Eufaula, Second 

Evergreen 


E. T. Comer, Eufaula 
Sid Hartman, Eufaula 
J. H. Mann, Clayton 




159 
135 

74 
75 
25 

loo 

97 
32 
129 
37 
61 
36 
49 
48 


13 

10 

7 

5 


130 

100 

30 

50 


3 


M. M. McEachern, Louisville 




L. E. Cartledge, James 




G. W. H oil ongs worth, Mt. Andrew 


Mt. Zion - - - 


J. B. Hoffman, Clayton 








7 
8 


■ 55 
50 




J. S. Helm, Louisville 




C. C. Scheffer, Clayton 


Pleasant Plains t 




7 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 


50 
20 
25 
58 
35 
37 


3 


E. L. Baker, Louisville 


Ramah . _ - 


R. R. Gary, Comer 


Spring Hint - - - 


D. D. Reader, Blue Spring 


Sy kes Creek t 


W. T. Campbell, Clio 


Three Notch, . .._ ___ 


G. M. Thornton, Three Notch 


Union t 


E. E. Kennedy, Clayton 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1943 
1962 


151 
148 


1280 
1199 


26 
29 





88 



GENEVA ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


Church 
Members 

1 


O 


B 

=3 


a 

09 

n 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Adoniram t 


126 

54 

80 

63 

92 

60 

114 

109 

98 

139 

230 

174 

19 

114 

59 

90 

127 

107 

235 

128 

176 

65 


6 

7 
7 


33 
27 
75 




G. H. Rivenbark. Black 
A. H. Cooper. Hartford 
J. B. Albrillon. BtllwfXKj 


Antioch 


Bell wood 

Christian Home 


Coffee Springst 


7 


64 




J. A. Thornton. Coffee Springs 


Ebenezer 


Eden 


5 
8 


23 
130 


2 

3 


M. P. Smith. Geneva 

J. W. Austin. ChanccUor 


El Bfthcl 


Fellowship 


Friendship 


6 
12 
11 


39 
120 
110 


5 
4 
7 


C. G. BuHocic^ "Chancelior 
J. W. Draughon, Geneva 
W. M. Lanier, Hartford 




Hartford 


Midway 


New Hope . 


5 

U 

9 

6 

5 

10 

12 

11 

11 


41 

40 

68 

50 

45 

140 

102 

122 

40 


9 
2 


L. B. Owen, Geneva 
Leroy Wright, Hartford 
J. M. Reeder, Slocumb *2 
C. C. Turner. Newton 


New Prospect 


New Teamon 


Pilgrim Hornet- - 


Pilgrim Rest 


Samson 


- 


S. A. Bell, Samson 
J. W. Savell. Hartford 
W. W. Beall, Slocomb 
C. A. Ethridge, Slocomb 


Shiloh 


Slocomb 


Uniont 




Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


2459 
2399 


149 
143 


1269 
1154 


36 
60 





GILLIAM SPRINGS ASSOCIATION. 



Beech Springt 

Bethelt 

Bethlehem (B)t 

Bethlehem (M)t 

Corinth 

Gilliam Springs 

Hopewell 

Lystra 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Herman 

Mt. Hope 

Mt. Tabor 

New Canaan (C) 

New Canaan (M) ] 

New Friendship 

New Salem 

Roswell Creek . 

Ruth 

Shady Grove 

Shoal Creek 

Union Grove (Mo.) 

Union Grove (Ma.) 



Totals, 1910. 
Totals, 1909. 



70 

35 

67 

146 

167 

104 

82 

33 

94 

29 

34 

128 

95 

66 

88 

70 

51 

111 

22 

239 

192 

58 



1981 
1849 



4 40 

51 35 

51 40 



13 



124 
110 



764 



J. M. Mitchell. Union Grove 
J. F. Kennimer, Guntersville 
W. T. Baxter, Lacey Spring 



— ' G. W. Tomlin, Joppa 

2 C. P. Carter, Arab 
14 C. T. Askew, Arab *2 

1 G. W. Screws, 

10 M. A. Rainwater, Guntersville 

4' W. A. Oliver, Joppa *2 



Walker Henderson, 

J. O. Michal, Arab *2 

W. F. Cr>'er. Summerville ^4 



M. W, Ratiff, Summerville 4 



M. E. Rutledge, Arab *3 



H. L. Forester, Arab ♦I 

J. O. Johnston, Union Grove 

W. C. Yancy, Lacey Spring 



HA 


RMO 


NY GROVE ASSOCIATION. 


Beaverton . 


18 
49 
25 
99 
35 
148 
66 


4 


20 






Blanchard... 




Camps Chapel 










Eldridge 


8 
5 
8 
6 


60 
40 
70 
40 




W. T. Coibum. Eldridge" 


Fern Springst 


Guint 




J. W. Guin. Gain 

J. M. Evans. Hackleburg 


Hackelburg 



HARMONY GROVE ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


o 


u 

r 


1 
o 
W 


i 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 




98 

118 

101 

59 

85 

96 

33 

76 

173 


14 
5 
6 


125 
59 
50 


20 
4 


W. F. Shackleford, Hamilton 


Harmony Grove 


T. H. Smith, Winfield 
J. D. Studdard, Kansas 








6 


50 
























8 
8 


85 

84 




S. G. Johnston, Sulligent 


Winfield . --- 


J. H. Couch, Winfield 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1269 
1209 


78 
64 


683 
678 


24 
6 





HARRIS ASSOCIATION. 





53 
198 

14 

36 

98 

56 

40 

115 

63 

425 

345 

58 

43 

15 

18 

46 


6 

10 

6 

5 

8 

4 

5 

10 

6 

21 

13 

6 

7 


26 
75 

26 
35 
74 
20 
22 
50 
28 
247 
125 
20 
53 


is 

- 

3 
1 
20 
2 
- 


Albert Ogletree, Scale 




L. F. Knowles, Girard 


Goodhope 


J. W. Torbert, Uchee 

C. E. Ingran, Hatchechubbee 




H. F. Williamson, Hurtsboro 




R. M. Treadway, Seale 




C. V. Thomason, Girard 




Mrs. W. W. Maples, Cottonton 




Mrs. A. R. Allen, Ft. Mitchell 




C. H. King, Phenix 


Phenix, West 


W. T. Prickett, Phenix 




E. T. Davidson, Smiths Station 




R. E. Lindsey, Pittsview 






Rutherford - 


4 
9 


15 
40 




D. T. Hunt, Rutherford 


Scale 


W. A. Bellamy, Seale 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1623 
1596 


120 
123 


856 
922 


41 
51 







JUDSON 


ASSOCIATION. 




228 

80 

87 

98 

175 

81 

72 

64 

190 

72 

42 

273 

69 

62 

79 

35 

16 

123 

91 

201 

117 

172 

107 


12 

12 

5 

7 
10 


225 
79 

100 
75 
35 


6 
3 


J. H. Norton, Abbeville 




R. F. Hall, Shorterville 






Bethlehem 

Beulah..._ . 




F. J. Green, Headland 
J. H. Lane, Dothan 


Center 


8 


75 




H. L. Brackin, Newville 


Concord 

Fellowship 

Friendship t 

Headland 


7 


70 


11 


G. E. Deal, Headland 










10 


150 




H. T. Aman, Headland 




5 
4 


48 
55 


. 


B. H. MUls, Abbeville 




W. T. Jarvis, Dothan 






Mt. Ariel-- 


5 
9 
9 
9 
6 
7 
10 


30 
84 
40 

114 
38 
30 

100 


3 
6 


F. B. Jernigan, Cotton, Hill 


Oak Grove _ - _ 


W. A. Griggs, Newville 


Old Zion - 


J. F. Starling, Abbeville 




W. J. Capps, Abbeville 


Sardist- - -- 


Alonzo Woodman, Abbeville 


Shorterville 


J. T. Catchings, Shorterville 


Smyrna f 


E. J. Widdon, Dothan 



90 



JUDSON ASSOCIATION— Continued. 


CHURCHES 




•O a 

4 

o 




OQ 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Tolbert 


113 

102 












8 


45 




F" V M." Holland^ NcwVuie 




Totals, 1910... 

Totals. 1909 


2749 
2756 


142 
130 


1393 
1277 


30 
50 





LAUDERDALE COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Anderson 


42 

32 

30 

35 

232 

194 

29 

26 

75 

105 

105 

42 

31 

85 

22 












6 


45 




L. N^ Walker.' A'thens'*i8 


Enont 


Evergreen t 


4 
14 
18 

7 


50 
198 
140 

30 


17 


W. M . Lanier, Florence *2 

T. P. Andcrton, Florence 
C. W. Ashcraft, Florence 
J. M. Hart, Florence 6 


Florence, East 

Florence, First 


Gravelly Springt -- 

Johnsons X Roads 


KiUen.. 


7 
5 


27 
35 




W. H. Kurd", Kiilen *1 
T. J. Rose, Cloverdale 


Liberty . 


Mt. Pleasant 


New Hope 


4 
6 
7 
5 


50 
45 
65 
21 


Z'.]^. 


D. B. Weems, Kiilen *1 
J. T. Richey, Rogersville 
VV. A. ThiKpen, KiUen *2 
J. H. Haynes, Waterloo 


Rogers ville 


Union Grove. . 


Waterloot - 




Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909. 


1085 
1127 


83 
75 


706 
796 


23 





LIBERTY ASSOCIATION. 



Athens 

Beulaht 

Brownsboro 

Charity t 

Fairview 

Gurley 

Hunts ville, 5th St 

Dal. Ave 

First 

Merimac 

West 

Lax 

Locust Grove 

Madison 

Mt. Pisgah 

Mt. Zion.. 

New Hope 

New Market 

New Zion 

Oakley 

Pine Grove 

Pleasant Valley... 

Poplar Creek 

Rice 

Round Island 

Temperance Oakf 

Union Grove 

Walnut Hill 

Totals, 1910.. 
Totals. 1909- . 



90 

63 

54 

129 

66 

50 

95 

274 

202 

127 

138 

50 

128 

23 

45 

286 

47; 

16 

24! 

76 

259 

27 

14 

85 

50 

104 

75 

43 



2640 
25791 



195 
190 



33 

50 

25 

66 

60 

125 

100 

131 

175 

138 

59 

40 

20 

30 

51 

19 

36 

35 

40 

59 

17 



12 



70 



1696 
1535 



Perry Henderson, Athens 
R. T. Love, Harvest 
T. F. Giles, Maysville 
G. W. Cantrell, Elkwood *2 
W. L. Schrimscher, Athens *3 
W. T. Roberts, Gurley 
J. S. Holland, Huntsvillc 
R. L. Sparkman, Huntsville 
S. R. Butler, Huntsville 
W. A. Esslinger, Huntsville 

A. J. Landers, Harvest *1 

C. Lawler, New Market 
T. G. Riddle, Madison 

J. L. Hanauer, Athens *5 
J. W. Vaughn, Huntsville *3 

B. B. Peete. Madison *1 
Lee Rice, New Market 
J. T. CUft, Madison *2 

D. T. Stone, Elora Tenn. 
F. T. Smith, Elkwood *1 

C. H. Powers, Veto *1 



C. H. Rice, New Market 



D. C. Ramsey, Athens *6 

R. E. Eddins, New Market *1 

W. F. Arnold, Elkmont, +3 



91 



MACEDONIA ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 




4 

o 


! 

1 


1 

0. 
as 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 


• 


117 
93 
26 
94 
32 
28 
83 
31 
28 
39 












1 


15 




B. A. Citrell, State Line, Miss. 








7 


38 




E. T. Baxter, Chatom 
























J. W. Coker, Fruitdale 




6 


30 




T. Haley, Burbank 


























Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


571 
510 


14 
22 


83 
135 







MARSHALL ASSOCIATION. 





411 

96 

48 

215 

153 

80 

64 

64 

9 

53 

93 

182 

128 

96 

106 

302 

133 

33 

59 

71 

30 

27 

139 

50 

78 

141 

110 

25 

152 

127 

26 

200 

71 

53 


17 
9 
7 
8 

16 
5 

10 
5 


349 
40 
40 
112 
178 
25 
40 
40 


- 

4 

is 


W. P. Goodwin, Albertville 




J. H. Jones, Horton 




G. C. Smith, Boaz *2 


Beulah - - -- 


J. L. Sanders, Boaz 3 




J. P. Gillespie, Boaz 




C. J. Buchanan, Guntersville 




B. A. Goss, Horton 




J. W. Sims, Horton 








9 
6 
9 
7 
7 
9 
10 
9 


75 
60 
107 
83 
60 
67 
85 
47 


4 
4 

1 

8 

8 
9 


W. A. Black Guntersville 




R. J. Compton, Guntersville 


High Point - 


M. A. Coker, Albertville 


Liberty Hill - - 


F. E. Oliver, Horton 




V. A. Claborn, Boaz *6 


Mt. Olive -- - 


C. T. Norton, Albertville *5 




Jos. Creel, Boaz 


Mt. Zion - _ . 


P. G. Broadwell, Boaz 2 








7 
8 
7 
7 
7 
6 
8 
6 
7 


80 
56 
40 
25 
150 
62 
48 
46 
82 


12 
5 


Russell Howard, Boaz 6 




T. J. Shirley, Albertville 




M. M. Maddox, Sligo 




J. G. Mitchell, Albertville 




Steve Lang, Albertville *5 


Pleasant Hill (B)t 

Pleasant Hill (E)t 

Rehoboth - 


W. R. Morgan, Horton *1 

C. S. Hand, Boaz 

A. C. Cooper, Guntersville 




R. V. Buchanan, Albertville 


Shiloh 






5 

4 


64 
69 




F. G. Aldridge, Boaz *1 




N. W. Chavies, Carlisle 








12 

10 

8 


120 

120 

51 


13 
- 


J. P. Gains, Albertville 




J. L. Amerson, Albertville 


Whitesville 


D. E. Rosser, Boaz *5 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


3625 
3571 


245 
161 


2421 
2444 


95 
95 





MINERAL SPRINGS ASSOCIATION. 




56 
66 
49 
126 
45 


3 

8 
4 
7 
6 


25 

40 

30 

108 

100 


1 
""""20 




Chalybeate Springs 

Calcedoniat 

Enon ^ 

Kinberlyt 


T. S. Teer, Adamsville *1 
J. Rolfe, Birmingham *7 
M. P. Rogers, Morris 
Will Lanier, Kimberly 



92 



MINERAL SPRINGS ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



Liberty 

Mineral Springs.. 

Mt. Olive.. 

Mt. Pisgaht 

Sardis 

Watts' Uniont . - 

Totals. 1910. 
Totals, 1909. 



"I 
U 



125 

87 
68 
42 
43 
80 



O 



787 
696 



666 
562 



SUPERINTENDENT 



A.J. Cn 

J. W. Si; 



Creel, Morris ♦ 
Sullivan, Watson 
0. A. Sloan. Morris *1 
F. K. Watson, Pratt City *1 
W. E. Spradling, Morris *l 
L. M. MorKan, Seloca 



MOBILE ASSOCIATION. 



Barkerville.- 

Bay Minette 

Bayou LaBatre 

Bethany 

Bon Secour 

Ceder Grovet 

Citronelle 

Crichton 

Daphne 

Foley 

Grand Bay 

Magnolia Springst 
Meyer Memorial. . 
Mobile. Calvary. . 

Dan. Way 

First 

Oakdale 

Tabor 

Point Clear 

Prichard 

Semmes 

Shell Bank 

Shiloht 

Silver Hill 

Theodoret 

Union 

Wheelerville 

Wilmer 

Zion 

Totals. 1910- - 
Totals. 1909- . 



21 

191 

96 

214 

34 

40 

31 

101 

63 

30 

38 

37 

38 

93 

239 

793 

212 

580 

36 

40 

40 

1.38 

15 

55 

62 

144 

57 

42 

71 



3581 
3469 



326 
297 



91 


1 


99 


9 


86 




100 




29 




29 




48 




124 


12 


25 




35 


1 


41 


2 


25 




39 




110 


5 


200 


28 


400 


23 


152 


18 


246 


26 


26 




111 


3 


30 


1 


45 


8 


12 




61 


10 


50 




53 


1 


30 




30 


4 


43 




2370 


152 


2368 


132 



W. A. Lockler, Prichard 

J. C. Griffin, Bay Minette 

A. M. Crenshaw, Bayou La Batrc 

J. M. Tucker, Whistler 

T. R. Nelson, Gasque 

C. D. Long, St. Elmo 

A. G. Woodbury, Citronelle 
H. M. Sullivan, Crichton 
W. W. Stewart. Daphne 
W. H. Montieth, Foley 

D. F. Russell. Grand Bay 
C. E. Clements. Theo(U>re 
Ed. Stewart, Whistler 

W. J. Young, Mobile 

J. O. Lambert, Mobile 

T. H. Frazier, Mobile 

S. R. Smith. Mobile 

W. E. Lockler, Mobile 

T. W. Rackley. Point Clear 

J. Z. Bryars, Mobile 

J. F. Harroun, Semmes 

J. A. Nelson, Gasque 

P. W. Wendell, Vinegar Bend 

J. Gustafson, Robertsdale 

C. D. Berr>', Theodore 

A. J. Hubbard, Spring Hill 

A. J. Galloway, Spring Hill 

H. C. Johnson, Wilmer 

W. H. Pollard. MobUe 



MONTGOMERY ASSOCIATION. 





52 
44 
191 
52 
30 
37 
20 
48 
58 
42 
27 
49 


7 
7 
9 


74 
35 
45 


2 


W. R. Yeargan, Deatsville 


Bethany .. 


A. J. Taylor, Sistrunk 


Bethel 


C. H. Priester. Ft. Deposit 


Bethesdat 




Brewer Memorial 

Chisholm 

Coosada 

Deatsville - . 


io' 36 
9 45 

7 25 

8 26 
6 46 
6 40 
5 20 
71 40 


2 
3 


Ira, McClurkin, Cecil 

E. A. Bennett, Montgomery *3 

Ben Jordan, Coosada 

M. A. Pyron, Deatsville 


Fitzpatrick. 


Jno. Gray, Fitzpatrick 


Haynesville. 


R. L. Varner. Haynes\'ille 


Letohatchie.. 


J. W. Dickinson, Letohatchie 


Lowndesboro. _ 


P. N. Cilly, Lowndesboro 











93 



MONTGOMERY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


S2 


CSV 

" y 

ifiH 
O 


2 
a 
W 


1 

0. 

pq 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Montgomery, Clay St 

First .- - 


479 

965 

247 

134 

229 

134 

123 

50 

12 

23 

36 

104 

261 

495 


29 475 
38 603 
24' 268 
13' 96 
211 210 
13 122 
6 45 


10 

21 

ii 

2 
7 


Frank Allen, Montgomery 
M. Cody, Montgomery 
H. A. Cook, Montgomery 
G. J. Thrasher, Montgomery 
R. M. Hendley, Montgomery 
W. H. Breed, Montgomery 
C. B. Buchner, Elmore 


Highland Ave 

Second t 


West End 

Mt. Hebron 

Mt. Lebanon 


Mt. Ziont - - 


1 






Pike Road 










3 20 

8 75 

11 180 

29 416 


- 
i2 




Ramer 

Wetumpka 

Prattville 


W. V. Bell, Ramer 

J. M. Holly, Wetumpka 

Will Anderson, Prattville 


Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


3942 
3801 


276 
246 


2942 
2715 


74 
143 







MUD 


CREEK ASSOCIATION. 


Big Creek 

Concord 

Free Will - - 


25 

184 
82 
85 

129 
54 

155 
52 

197 
33 
56 
38 
42 
24 
85 

186 

107 


3 
5 


39 
100 




R. E. Mullinax, Adger *1 
D. G. Knight, Bessemer * 


Hopewell t 


3 


50 




D. R. Davis, Coal Creek 


Mt. Idat 












6 
5 
8 
3 


50 
30 
75 
32 


11 


S. A. Parsons, Adger *1 


New Bethelt - -- 








W. H. Batson, Adger *1 


Parson's Chapelt 


W. P. Parsons, Adger 




2 
3 


48 
38 










E. J. Collier 


Short Creek 














Union Grove 


8 
6 


147 
38 




H. T. Gilbert, Cordova 






Totals, 1910 


1534 
1564 


52 
52 


647 
655 


11 




Totals, 1909 











MUSCLE SHOALS ASSOCIATION. 



Antioch 


44 

164 

19 

65 

79 

20 

42 

178 

234 

109 

59 

39 

63 

129 

85 

175 

68 

140 










Austinville 

Bellview 


6 


135 




J. G. Eaton, New Decatur 


Bethel- - _ 


7 
6 
4 
7 
11 


40 
55 
30 
60 
110 


- 


J. R. Culver, Hartselle 

O. W. McCarley, 


Blue Springt_ . 


Cave Springt -- 


F. H. Orr, 


Danville 


Frank Lance, Danville 

J. W. Montgomery, Decatur 


Erron . __ 


Falkville 


9 

8 


172 
117 


8 


J. K. West, Falkville 

J. V. Murphree, New Decatur 




Friendship _ 


Gum Spring (L) _. 


8 
7 
5 
9 
7 
10 


43 
70 
20 
157 
45 
72 


8 
5 


M. Odell, Town Creek 


Gum Spring (M) 

Harmony! 

Hartselle... , 


C. T. Vinsant, Hartselle 
J. A. Walker, HiUsboro 
R. L. Sherrill, Hartselle 


Hopewell. ._ _. 


W. H. Morris, Hartselle *2 


Lebanon 


H. D. Shaneyfelt, Hartselle *1 



94 



MUSCLE SHOALS ASSOCIATION— Continued. 


CHURCHES 


x> 

u 


1| 

O 




a 

rl 

n 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Macedonia 


36 

73 

80 

145 

40 

87 

54 

128 

.564 

1.55 

78 












8 
6 

10 
6 
7 
6 
5 

13 
6 


144 
40 
96 
30 
41 
45 
35 
250 
131 


7 


n T. Tiirltf Mr...Ur>r. 


M oulton Heights. 

Mt. Hope 


4 e! N. Neal" New Decatur 
J. T. Howell 


Mt. Nebo 


Mt. Pisgah -. 


8 


T R M " 1 ' •■- 


Mt. Ziont 


Henry Culver. Hartselle *5 
R. L. Henderson, Summcrville 
B. L. Malone, New Decatur 
B. D. WriKht. New Decatur 


New Centert 

New Decatur, Central 

New Decatur, First. 

New Friendship. 


6 










M. H. Crow, Courtland 




112 
122 
90 
78 
93 
53 
63 
62 
97 


6 
8 


47 
77 


2 

1 




Dec Montgomery, Moulton 


Pleasant Hill 




5 

4 
8 


55 
50 
30 


. 


J. M. Childs 

J. A. Byars, Moulton 

J. A. Lipham, Hartselle *2 




Shadv Grove 


Smyrna 


Sulphur Springs 

Town Creekt 


6 
3 


25 
30 




P. L. Hitt 

C.C. Kirby. Town Creek 


Totals,1910 


3903 
3467 


211 


22.59. 


55 
143 




Totals, 1909 


170 2319 







104 

66 

66 

190 

192 

114 

46 

69 

144 

71 

66 

21 

62 

69 

48 

31 

70 

61 


8 
10 

8 
13 
12 

5 


50 
80 
50 
110 
175 
31 


1 
2 
6 
2 
4 


J. M. Fraweek, Bankston 
W H Harbin Corona *1 






J. K. Wallace. Fayette 
J. N. Black, Fayette *4 


Concord 

Fayette 


Friendship t 

Liberty t. -- 


W. J. Stanley, Fayette 6 


Macedonia 

Mt. Pleasant 


8 
6 


65 
48 


3 


W. R. South, Fayette 4 
J. T. Beard, Fayette 4 


Philadelphia 


Pilgrim Rest . . 


2 


20 





G. W. Freeman, Fayette *1 
Jno. T. Fowler, Fayette 5 
J. R. Gladden, Fayette 5 


Pleasant Grove. . 


Pleasant Hillf 
Rehobotht 


5 
7 


35 
53 




Rocky Mt 








2 

4 
7 


22 
40 




J. N. HoUingsworth, Berry *1 
G. W. Gravlee Newtonville 




Unityt -. .- 


76i 

1 


M. E. Reeves, Fayette *3 




Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


1490 
1332 


97 
83 


855 

777 


19 
26 







NORTH RIVER ASSOCIATION. 


Berry 


84 
43 
82 
96 
212 
82 
32 
54 
63 
92 


7 


41 


4 


J. L. Watson, Berry 


Bethel 


Bethlehem 










Blooming Grove 


6 
11 


45 
140 


4 
12 


J. H. Abbott, Jasper *4 • 
Henry Sudduth, Carbon Hill 


Carbon Hill 


Coal City 


Coal Valley 










Corinth 










Corona . 


6 
7 


32 1 


G. E. Bagwell, Corona 
J. H. Freeman, Quinton 


Flat Creek 


68 






95 



NORTH RIVER ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 




lis 

Mo 


■M 

1 
"o 

u 

a 
W 


i 

.2 


SUPERINTENDENT 




51 

154 

214 

45 

61 

101 

238 

44 

68 

97 

36 

160 

166 

33 

53 

74 

74 

195 

165 

150 

63 

38 

22 

51 

16 


6 
11 
15 


60 
104 
176 


3 

12 
1 






W. T. Coker Cordova 




J. H. Reeves, Jasper 


Lebanon t- 


Liberty Hill ... . . . . . 


5 


52 




W. C. Savage, Oakman 


Liberty Grove. .. 


Mt. Carmel 


9 

7 
6 
7 
6 
7 
11 
7 
6 
8 
4 
4 
7 
7 


35 

24 

62 

120 

60 

153 

190 

20 

30 

52 

20 

50 

65 

56 


18 

io 




Mt. Joy_ 




Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Zion 

Manchestert 

New Prospect 


L. R. Henson, Jasper *4 

W. R. Thacker, Patton 

E. C. Siniard, Manchester 

Robt. Cain, Jasper 

J. S. Watts, Oakman 

Grazilda Sherer, Jasper 

R. L. Baker, Berry *2 

J. A. Stephenson, Parrish 

J. D. Richardson, Oakman *2 

J. B. Grace, Loss Creek 

A. B. Sanford Drifton 


Oakman 

Oak Hill - - ... 


Oregonia t 

Parrisht 

Pleasant Field t-- 


Pleasant Grove. . _ . 


Pleasant Spring . _ .. 


Providence 

Samaria _ 


J. B. Summer, Gayoso 


Saragossa 

Sulphur Springs 


7 


25 




J. A. Summer, Saragossa 


Townley 

Union Grove.. . 


6 
6 


65 
25 


1 


A. J. Bailey, Townley 
J. W. Wilcut, Corona 




Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


3209 
3033 


188 
204 


1770 
2008 


79 
91 





NORTH ST. CLAIR ASSOCIATION (A New One) 



Antioch 

Ashville 

Beaver Creek 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Cook Springt. 


88 

132 
30 
92 

116 
70 
50 
83 
45 

132 
70 
28 
29 
49 
43 
33 

118 
30 
50 
37 


8 
7 
5 
6 

10 
5 

10 
5 

10 
5 
6 


99 
98 
30 
35 
125 
60 


3 

8 
9 

1 
11 


Q. Steele, Steele 
J. A. Embry, Ashville 
G. G. Wright, Ashville 
J. G. Smith, Ashville 
J. F. Wyatt, Odenville 


Cool Spring 

Corinth 


80 

40 3 
50 5 


B. L. Williams, 

0. H. P. Venable, Odenville 
J. N. Halladay, Greensport 

Blanch Jester, 

W. J. Watson, Ashville 


Gum Spring 

Hopewell ' 

Mt. Zion .._. 


50 
50 




Oak Grove _. 


6 56 




E. L. Branham, Springville 


Odenville.. _. 








Pine Forest. 










Pine Grove 










Reeves Grove 

Rehoba. 


8 
8 
5 


54 
30 
30 


8 


W. B. Goodwin, Steele 

E. C. Parks Springville 


Springvillef .- .. 




Union Grove 














Totals. 1910 


1325 


104 


887 j 48 





PINE 


BARREN ASSOCIATION. 


Ackerville . _. 


107 
42 
77 
81 
17 

136 


6 
6 

4 
9 


30 
30 
25 
80 


6 
5 


P. E. Wallace, Ackerville 


Allenton ... 




Bear Creek 




Beatrice.. _ 




Bell's Landing ... 




Bethsaida 


13 


100 




T. E. Lee, Furman 



96 



PINE HARREN ASSUCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



E 

Ji 
•g E 

O 



Camden 

Concord 

Enon 

Friendship 

Gullet's Bluff t -- 

Iniiian Spring 

McWilliams 

Mt. Pleasant 

New Hope 

New Providence t 
Pleasant Hillt--- 

Rock West. 

Spring Hint 

Totals, 1910- 
Totals, 1909- 



78 
110 
107 
266 
58 
67 
63 
63 
45 
32 
50 
18 
55 



1472 
1520 



g 4) 

o 



114 
119 



SUPERINTENDENT 



121 



37 



744 
753 



R. L. Hawthorn, Camden 

M. V. Middlcton. Buenu Vista 

A. P. Majors, Patama 

J. B. Coleman, Pine Apple 

W. E. Burson. Nellie 

W. L. Fort, McWilliams 

F. F. Melton, McWilliams 



G. C. Nettles, Jr., Natchez 
J. C. Godbold, Coy 



J. D. McKinley, Franklin 



RANDOLPH COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Antioch 

Bethel (E)t- 


82 

120 
16 

142 
32 

130 
54 
50 
30 
54 
75 
23 
99 
78 
98 
52 
13 

192 

380 
70 
64 

143 
48 
44 

123 
73 
44 
30 
99 

116 


4 

7 
6 
8 


75 
30 
40 
62 




G. N. Cofield, Newell 
N. I. Hammond 
J. D. Vowell, Wedowee *1 
J. W. Bowman, Wehadkee 


Bethel (W) 


Big Spring 


Corinth 


Fellowship . 


4 
4 


30 
30 




J. L. Bradshaw, Roanoke *3 
Grady Weathers, Wehadkee 


High Shoals . 


High Pine.. 


Libertv (E)t 


5 


30 




R. H. Smith, Frolona. Ga. 


Liberty (W) 


Macedonia 


6 


52 




M. P. Stewart, Wadley *4 


Malone.. 


Mt. Porspect 


5 
3 

4 


86 
40 
61 




R. H. Harris, Lineville *4 
J. H. Truitt, Hightower 
I. W. Lewis, Wehadkee 


New Hope . 


Paran 


Pleasant Grovef 


Pleasant Hill 












4 
13 
4 
5 


60 

390 

30 

60 




J. T. Yarbrough, Lamar 
Jno. Fausett, Roanoke 
H. E. Hester, Roanoke 
J. G. Hardy, Roanoke ^2 


Roanoke, First 


Roanoke, Handley 

Rock Mills 


Rockv Branch 


Rock Spring 


5 


68 




J. H. Shadix, Hightower 


Union Hill 


Shiloht - 


6 
3 


65 
40 




A. J. Arrington, Graham 
W C Williams Newell 


Smyrna 


Union Hint '. 




Wadley 


4 
5 


69 
80 




J. F.'Anderson, Wadley 
J. T. Kaylor, Wedowee 


Wedowee 


Zion. 










Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2574 
2512 


105 
133 


1404 

1564 





ST. CLAIR COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 

(Sixteen churches withdrew to form North St. Clair Association.) 



Beulah 

Ceder Grove 

Coal City 

Fairviewt--. 
Friendshipt- 
Macedonia.. 



163 


8 


50 




34 


8 


50 




132 


10 


50 




48 


4 


33 




201 


7 


77 




100 










J. M. Byers, Sterretts 

W. E. Mitchell, Odenville *1 

S. S. Crump, Coal City 

E. H. Grizzell, 

F. M. Maize, Sprintrville *2 



97 



ST, CLAIR COUNTY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



3S 



o 



SUPERINTENDENT 



Mineral Springf- . 

Moody 

Mt. Castle 

Mt. Pisgah 

Mt. Pleasant 

New Hope (Eden). 
New Hope (Jeff.) t 

New Prospect 

Palestine 

Pell City 

Pine Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Providence 

Ragland 

Trinity 

Zion Hill 

Totals, 1910- . 
Totals, 1909 -. 



26 
98 
80 

168 

205 
91 
52 

114 
14 

100 
28 

128 

135 
47 
37 

141 



2142 
3131 



60 
65 
36 
45 
40 
100 
40 
54 



80 



138 
212 



1049 
1785 



N. A. Butterworth, Pell City 

D. W. Moody, Brompton 
J. A. Layton, Ragland 

J. H. Pepper, Vincent *2 
W. R. Dunlap, Eden *1 
J. W. Lewis, Eden 
Leroy Truitt, Irondale 
J. W. Edge, Ragland *1 

E. Walters, Ragland 1 
T. J. Abbott, Pell City 



J. B. Whitfield, Vandiver 
Sid Johnson, Ragland 
N. L. Davis, Ragland 
J. H. Fulmer, Aden *1 
M. Sanders, 



SALEM-TROY ASSOCIATION. 





91 
93 
37 
56 
38 

235 
39 
63 
78 
66 

109 

150 
35 

132 

104 
79 
71 
35 
48 
41 
47 
30 

148 
38 
•92 

215 
97 
23 

666 
77 
82 


5 
7 
7 
6 
7 
13 
6 


35 
60 
50 
25 

55 

125 

75 




M. I. McLeod, Troy *7 




W. W. Beek, Troy 4 




W. A. Mots, Banks 


Bethelt 

Bethlehem t - - 






S. K. Taylor, Brundidge 




Young Flowers, Brundidge 


Caldwell 

Chapel Hill 


W. P. Sullivan, Troy *3 
























7 
8 
6 
5 
9 
3 


85 
40 
20 
20 
52 
22 


4 
7 
1 

--8 


L. R. Rouse, Goshen 




J. W. Spivey, Youngblood 




W. P. Sillivan, Troy *3 




W. B. Darby, Troy 




C. P. McPherson, Troy 5 . 




J. B. Youngblood, Youngblood 






Mt Pleasant 












7 
3 
4 
6 

8 

7 


65 
30 
26 
35 
25 
38 


5 
5 


E. D. Hay. Troy *7 


Orient _ . - - . _ . 


W. G. Chancey, Orion 




J. B. Gammon, Tennile 




G. W. Sharpe, Brundidge *2 


Shiloh . 


R. B. Parkes, Banks *1 




T. L. Head.'Linwood *1 








5 
5 
7 
45 
6 
5 


40 
35 
40 
525 
50 
38 




W. T. Windham, Troy *i 


St. Johnst 


J. T. Egerton, Tennile 


Starkville - _. 


J. T. Floyd, Goshen *2 


Troy -- _.- .. . 


W. C. Black. Troy 


Whiterockt- - 


W. J. Jones, Troy 10 


Zebulont - - 


A. N. Green, Perote *1 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


3115 
3078 


197 
167 


1611 

1472 


30 
32 





98 



SARDIS ASSOCIATION. 



CHURCHES 


■ge 




«-» 

c 
u 

e 
1 

c 


1 
Baptisms 


SUPERINTENDENT 




65 
55 
67 
147 
32 
43 
33 
75 
23 
58 
75 
81 
74 
86 

8 










Beulah 


7 


60 




J. J. Barnes, Opp 


Chapel Hill 




7 


40 




J. M. Hart, Samson 


Hacoda 
























5 


40 




J. J. Pippin. Samson 


























6 
6 




41 
60 
30 


... 


R. E. Blalocic Samson 




W. W. Champion. Pink 
N. L. Casey, 


Mt. Carmel 


Mt. Zion 










Totals. 1910 

Totals. 1909... 


922 
906 


34 
39 


271 
239 


"'""32 







SELMA ASSOCIATION. 




14 
15 

26 
30 
22 
13 
20 
22 
71 
69 












7 
5 


31 
20 




B. Hardy, CoUerine 












5 
5 
6 
6 

7 
9 


i2 






Macedoniat 

Mt. Gilead . . . , . 


351 

201 

23| 

35 

50 

30 

15 




W. E. Mealing. Jelks 


New Bethel- --- 

Orrville. 

Pleasant Hill 


C. C. Smith, Braggs 
R. B. Hare. Orrville 
J. W. Bailey. Pleasant Hill 




71 5 
10 7 








Selma. First 

Selma, Second 

Shiloh... 


491 25 240 

281 6 77 

62 6 35 

55 8 50 


Hugh Mallory. Selma 
J. L. Sims, Selma 
E. H. Lide. Sardis 
W. D. Morgan. Tyler 


Town Creek 


41 


6 


40 


Miles Hardy. Tyler 


Totals, 1910 -. 

Totals, 1909 


1313 
1119 


113 
110 


713i 

795: 





SHADY GROVE ASSOCIATION. 




30 
82 
43 
31 
53 
93 

131 
61 
26 
97 
17 
75 

104 
43 
28 
58 

157 
17 










Bear Creek 1 

Bear Creek 2 . 


8 


60 


6 


E. C. Burton,. Bear Creek 
(S. S. No Report) 


Bethany 


7 
6 


35 
78 


5 


Jas. Abbott. Bexar *1 
J. H. Stephens, 






Liberty Hill 










Macedonia 


6 
3 
7 

7 


40 
40 
30 
70 


1 


0. E. Mills, Grenada 

C. A. Crowell, PhU Campbell *4 


Mt. Olive 


W. I. Partain, Hackleburg *1 


Hodges 


J. W. Fairless, Hodges 








5 


- ... 
40 






Phil Campbell 






St. Pault 


6 


15 














7 
8 


94 
43 




G. W. Carroll. Phil Campbell 


Union 


H. B. Rice, HaleyviUe 



99 



SHADY GROVE ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


•a 

a> 

n 


1 = 

o 


a 

1 
"o 
u 

a 


7) 

a 

CO 

m 


SUPERINTENDENT 




31 
69 
14 
60 
69 










^hilnVit 










Pleasant Grove t- 


5 

7 


51 
40 




W. R. Dood, Bear Creek 
E. T. Little, Hodges 
















Totals. 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1389 
1277 


83 
63 


636 
470 


12 
7 





SHELBY COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 



Bethel 


70 

147 

44 

136 

25 

167 

120 

31 

39 

70 

123 

116 

58 

58 

51 

212 

47 

41 

56 

74 

48 

19 

32 

63 

101 

38 

64 


6 

9 

7 

11 


40 
60 
40 
76 


4 


J. E. Garden, Columbiana 




H. M. Winslett, Wilson ville 




C. W. Wade. Calera 




W. W. Wallace. Columbiana 








7 
8 


69 
67 


5 
1 


W. E. Lovelady, Montevallo *1 




W. Reid, Montevello 








5 
7 
6 
8 
5 

10 
7 

18 
7 


31 
57 
50 
55 
27 
34 
40 
169 
54 


I 
2 
2 

6 


F. Harper. Gumee 




Sam Burke. Helena 




P. L. Garden, Columbiana 




H. R. Carter, Chelsea 




R. Lawley, Montevallo 


Mars Hill t 


Gordon Watson, Bimh 




J. D. Galloway, Maylene 




T. W. Pahner, Montevallo 




J. L. Mooney, Columbiana 








5 
5 
6 


62 
20 
50 


4 
- 


H. W. Wells, Calera 




J. E. Adams. Wilsonville *1 




G. A. Seale. Calera 


Pelhamt 




Pilgrim Rest t 


5 


30 




G. L. Armstrong. Columbiana 






Shelby 


7 


75 


7 


J. F. Averyt, Shelby 


Silvriat 






8 


60 




L. Q. Gould, Columbiana 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


2050 
2007 


157 
152 


1166 
1148 


39 
94 







SIPSEY ASSOCIATION 




65 
62 
33 
79 
95 
23 
58 
149 
53 
82 
52 
34 
40 
68 
52 
37 
96 


6 

7 


35 
34 




J. B. Ferguson, Samantha 




E. B. Hendricks, McConnells 


Big Hill 




Chapel Hill 










Corinth t 


4 


20 




J. A. Mitchell, Elrod 














5 
5 
7 
6 
5 


52 
50 
45 
50 
21 




G. D. Mayfield. Elbert 




Jas. Durett, Searles 




J. A. Vick, Bankston 




R. M. Oswalt, Fayette *4 


Mt. Hebront 


T. Winters, McConnells 


Mt Tabor 




Moore's Bridget 

New Hope t - - 


4 
6 


71 
45 




W. J. Smothers, Moores Bridge 
J. R. Patrick, Romulus 


Oak Ridge 




Pleasant Grove 











100 



SIPSEY ASSOCIATION— Continued. 


CHURCHES 


|1 

3" 




Enrollment 


Baptisms 

i 


SUPERINTENDENT 


Pleasant Ridget 

Salem t 

Spring Hint- 


115 

154 

116 

10 


4 
7 
4 


30 
62 
20 




G. W. Ashcraft, Kennedy 3 
W. B. Davis. New Lt-xiiiKton 
W. A. Tarwater, Ncwtonville 


Philadelphia 












Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1473 70 
1530 77 


535 
510 







SULPHUR SPRINGS ASSOCIATION. 



Antiocht - 


40 
87 
22 
84 
36 
59 
50 
82 
70 
27 
41 
65 
61 

125 
32 

111 
25 
35 
31 

141 

174 
69 










Arkadelphia — 

Bethel - 


6 


50 




W. D. Harding, Arkadelphia 


Cane Creek 










Creelt -- 










Dodd Spring t 










Fairviewt 

Good Hope t 


9 
8 
4 
5 
8 
6 
6 
5 


63 
45 
43 
50 
50 
45 
45 
40 


- 


L. M. Doods, Dora 

Mrs MA Woods Dora 




R. J. Hamric, Sloan 
W. D. Kilgore. Quinton 
W. R. Speakman, Warrior 
Walter, Daniels, Arkadelphia 
J. P. Price, Blount Springs 
Luther Rice. Blount Springs 




Mt. Hope 


Mt. Joy 


Mt. Olivet -- 




New Antioch. 


New Bethel. 


6 


70 




W. T. Brewer Warrior 


New Prospect 




Pilgrim Rest 










Pisgah- 










Providence - . - 


6 
6 

10 


321 
40 
60 




J. G. York, Dora 

H. R. Screws, Blount Springs 

W. A. Thomas, Blount Springs 




Union t 


Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


1467 
1457 


85 
77 


922 
579 


"""'25 





TENNESSEE 


RIVER ASSOCIATION. 




134 

102 

129 

111 

23 

52 

75 

26 

56 

'i 

109 
108 
69 
150 
93 
27 
25 
42 
73 
88 
98 


6 
6 
7 

11 
8 
7 
6 

10 
6 


94I 


A. J. Gattis, Francisco 
W. H. Gantt. Scottsboro 
R L Butler Carnes 


Bethany 

Bethel 


90 
49 
159 
40 
20 
32 
30 
40 


6 

1 
29 

""12 




C. F. Hood, Bridgeport 

Jno. Pendergrast, Scottsboro 

0. M. Diskell, Fabius 

J. L. Sentell, Olalee 

Wm. Chandler. Rash 

F. K. McClenden Scottsboro 


Campbells Chapel 

Capertons Chapel 


Centennial 

Center Point . 


Facklert 




Flat Rockt -- 










Freedom t 










Friendship 

Harmony 

Hilton Memorial 


6 
7 
6 
6 

11 
7 
7 
7 
7 

10 


80 
69 
80 
40 
60 
48 
70 
68 
82 
63 


4 

- 

1 

15 

5 


J. B. Campbell. Fackler 
Jais. Davis, Mud Creek 
W. A. Coffey. Rash 
G. P. Bouldin. Hollywood 
L. H. Clendennen. Langston 


Langstont 


Mt. Ararat 

Mt. Carmel 


Levi Harrison. Limerock 
W. W. Brazell. Bridgeport 
R. M. McGaha. Bridgeport 
W. H. Dodell Section 


Mt. Xebo.. 


Mt. Zion. 


Mountain Grove 




Mud Creekt 


68 


5 


35 




j. M. Proctor, Mud Creek 



101 



TENNESSEE RIVER ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 



5^ 



1^ 
o 



SUPERINTENDENT 



New Hope 

New Life 

Olivet 

Paint Rock 

Pisgah 

Pleasant Hill._. 
Pleasant Viewf- 

Providence 

Scottsboro 

Stevenson t 

Sulphur Springs. 

Trenton 

Union Hill 

Zion Hill 

Totals, 1910 
Totals, 1909 



54 

39 

44 

69 

152 

123 

112 

32 

116 

25 

20 

103 

14 

59 



2638 
2265 



250 
201 



38 
40 
55 

100 
87 
40 

100 
40 

118 
62 
60 
75 
39 
20 



2123 
1728 



W. J. Money, Maxwell 

A. N. Stines, Kyles 

W. B. Wheeler, Scottsboro 

J. W. Simpson, Paint Rock 

J. E. Mullinax, Pisgah 

O. T. Perry, Dutton 

N. A. B. Riddle, Nat 

J. Barber, Hollywood 

J. D. Garrett, Scottsboro 

H. H. Claybrook, Scottsboro 

L. A. Wheeler, Fabius 

W. A, Weborn, Trenton 



R. A. Thacherson, Hytop 



122 
70 



TUSCALOOSA COUNTY ASSOCIATION. 




169 
52 
52 
82 

151 

145 

106 
67 
53 
76 
52 
57 
28 
64 
82 
25 

104 
84 

106 
53 
57 

153 
83 
47 

119 

241 
17 
40 
27 
88 
68 

908 
61 
84 
97 


7 
6 
6 
5 
6 
7 
6 
8 


90 
60 
59 
50 
35 
43 
40 
52 




S. E. Hughes, May 


Bethel - 


W. A. Fikes, CoaHng 


Bibbvillet 


W. K. Dowdell, Woodstock *1 




J. R. Bell, Coker 




Tom Jennings, Cottondale *3 




Y. T. Auxford, Hull 




G. W. Riley, Brookwood 


Buhl 


Jas. Powell, Buhl 








4 

21 

8 


25 
90 
70 




T. A. Riley, Cottondale 


Duncanville 


S. S. Johnson, Finnell 

H. L. Franklin, Kellerman 


Elrod 




Flat Woods 


5 

7 
6 
8 
5 
9 
5 
7 
7 
7 
6 
7 
9 
3 


50 
52 
35 
65 
25 
40 
30 
70 
70 
50 
20 
37 
112 
31 




D. W. Darden, North Port 


Gilgal . 


A. W. Thompson, Tuscaloosa 


Goodwater t 

Holt 


W. A. Boyd, Snyder 

J. M. Kicker, Tuscaloosa 


Hopewell 


L. Johnson, Tuscaloosa 
W. A. Lucas, Pearson 


Little Sandy t 


J. H. Ryan, Tuscaloosa 




Luther Gallant, Woodstock 


Mt. Olive 


R. F. Shamblin, Dewdrop 


Mt. Paranf 


Henry Snyder, Northport 


Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. Zion 

Northport 


J. A. Lambert, Cottondale 
G. W. Hewitt, Cottondale 
N. G. Holly, Cottondale 


Rock Castle t -- -- 


W. S. Tubb. Yolande 






Ruhamat 










12 
8 

52 
8 
5 
9 


30 
40 
1100 
50 
50 
45 




J. L. Morrison, Cottondale *1 




C. E. Elgin, Searles 


Tuscaloosa 

Vance.- -- 


H. B. Foster, Tuscaloosa 
J. S. Quarles, Vance 


Windham Springs 

Woodstock. . 


W. H. Clements, Corona *2 
R. H. Martin, Woodstock 






Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


3698 
3557 


269 
240 


2606 
2446 







102 



TUSKEGEE ASSUClATiUN. 



CHURCHES 



Antioch 

Auburn 

Beulah 

Carmel 

Concord (L) 

Concord (M) 

County Linet- - 

Cubahatchie 

East Tallassee . . 

Elam (M) 

Elam (T) 

LaPlace 

Liberty 

Loachapoka 

Mt. Pleasant 

Notasulga 

Opelika, First... 
Pleasant Grovet 
Pleasant Hillt-- 
Pleasant Spring. 

Providence t 

Rocky Mount 

Salem (L) 

Salem (M) 

Shiloh 

Society Hill 

Tuskegee 

Union Grove 

Wallace Chapel. 

Totals, 1910 
• Totals, 1909 






56 

272 

78 

88 

28 

75 

10 

48 

160 

31 

82 

18 

60 

61 

144 

156 

401 

57 

33 

42 

64 

100 

30 

135 

73 

80 

106 

61 

24 



2573 
2505 



2^ 
IfiH 
O 



223 
210 



SUPERINTENDENT 



15 
247 

48 
150 

37 

40 



40 
190 
25 
66 
7 
38 
47 
72 
100 
269 
30 
15 
30 
60 
35 
40 
40 
47 
35 
76 
30 
25 



1847 
1818 



E. W. Bryant, Wavorly 
R. D. Webb. Auburn 
M. A. Potts. Daleville 
H. S. Wallace. Opelika 
W. T. Gilbert, Salem 
Robt. Jennings. Tuskegee 



Paul Williams. Shorter 

J. R. Caldwell. E. Tallassee 

(>. E. Huguley, Auburn 

B. F. Ledbetter. E. Tallassee 
R. L. Williams. Shorter 

J. W. Sanders, Opelika 
W. J. Wooten. Loachapoka 
J. R. Segrest, Notasulga 
R. L. Jackson. Notasulga 
Lum Duke, Opelika 
L. W. Corbell. Salem 
T. E. Davis, Tuskegee 
J. F. Cooper, Millstead 

C. J. Burden, Opelika 
Jasper, Dewing, Salem 
R. P. Floyd. Salem 

J. H. York. Notasulga 
W. M. Jenkins. Crawford 
E. L. Mayberry, Society Hill 
L. J. Brown. Tuskegee 
W. Arington. Opelika 
W. D. Kittrell. Cusseta 



UNION ASSOCIATION. 



Aliceville 


71 

106 

245 

183 

93 

85 

99 

51 

74 

41 

119 

14 

47 

88 

131 

29 

35 

84 

192 

51 

34 

99 

83 

92 

41 

94 

108 

44 


8 
5 
5 
10 
3 


62 
40 
45 
61 
40 


2 

2 
3 


J. T. White, Aliceville 
P. T. Bonner, Reform 


Bethel 

Beulah 

Big Creek 

Bethlehem 


J. W. Phillips, Knoxville 

S. S. Thornton. Union 

J. M. Heritage, CarroUton 


CarroUton 

Chalcedony t 

Cornelius Chapelt 

Cross Roads 


8 
5 
8 


104 
40 
88 


6 


W. G. Robertson, CarroUton 
•W. M. Lett. Buhl 
W. M. Lett. Buhl 


Ebenezer 


6 


50 




G. T Walker Noland 


Ethel ville 




Fellowship ... 


5 
5 

10 
5 
8 
6 

10 
4 
4 
7 
5 
8 


40 
45 
39 
44 
63 
82 
40 
25 
25 
96 
75 
75 




W. E. HoweU Reform 


Flatwoodst 




Forest 


- 


J. A. Craft. Gordo * 
J. G. Cobb, Steen. Miss. 
J. H. Doughty, Reform 


Fort Springst 




Gordo 




J. N. Abernathy, Sylvan 
J. A. Pearson, Reform 
Wm. Hammet. EthelviUe 




Hickor>' Grovef 


Liberty t 


J. C. Lyie, Reform *2 
J. B. Hodo. Millport 


Millport 




Mt. Pleasant 


5 
6 
6 


38 
35 
35 


2 




New Hope 

Pickensville 


J. R. Patrick, Romulus 
D. G. Gass, Pickensville 



103 



UNION ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



CHURCHES 


II 


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SUPERINTENDENT 




26 

18 

47 

90 

106 

125 

24 

62 

113 

38 

43 






















5 

5 

8 

10 


35 
40 
85 
66 


2 

8 


E. L. Ferguson, W. Green 
J. I. Keasler, Reform 
W. C. McCrackin, Ralph 
G. B. Coleman, Mill Port 




Shiloh 

Spring Hill (L) _ . . . 


Spring Hill (P) .... 




Stansel 

Unity -- 

Union Chapel- 


4 
6 
6 

4 


75 
35 
48 
22 




J. A. Shepherd, Reform 
R. T. Knox, Gordo 


Zion 




CM. Pate, Marquis 


Totals, 1910 

Totals, 1909 


3125 
2906 


200 
189 


1693 
1521 


27 





UNITY ASSOCIATION. 



Alpinet 

Autaugaf 

Bethel 

Bethesda 

Bethsalem 

Billingsley 

Big Spring 

Chestnut Creek- 

Clanton 

Concord 

Corinth 

Ebenezer 

Evergreen 

Friendship 

Jones 

Harmony 

Liberty 

Macedonia 

Maples ville 

Marbury 

Mt. Carmelt--- 

Mt. Zion It 

Mt. Zion 2 

Mountain Creek. 

New Hopet 

New Prospect 

Pilgrim Rest 

Plantersvillet 

Providence 

Salem 

Samaria 

Shoal Creek 

Verbena 

Maple Spring t- 

Totals, 1910 
Totals, 1909 



103 

16 

63 

152 

113 

113 

185 

175 

206 

50 

62 

161 

122 

39 

31 

20 

93 

99 

171 

158 

71 

47 

86 

102 

18 

92 

23 

163 

147 

93 

95 

49 

112 

107 



3339 
3228 



244 
228 



20 
30 
25 

102 
46 
75 
75 
70 
92 
47 
48 
85 
40 
75 
18 



60 
31 

190 

248 
62 
24 
35 

151 
49 
60 
40 
40 

135 
54 
67 
20 
40 
50 



2204 
2245 



127 
98 



H. P. Weaver, Plantersville 

W. H. Rogers, Posey 

M. McCuUough, Jones 

Geo. Jones, Independence 

J. N. Billingsley, Billingsley 

W. A. Sandy, Billingsley 

A. E. Davis, Haynes 

L. A. Calloway, Cooper 

W. I. MuUins, Clanton 

J. M. Parrish, Clanton 

A. L. Robertson, Verbena *2 

W. O. Perry, Stanton 

H. E. Wallace, Billingsley *2 

J. W. Norris, Mountain Creek 

J. F. Apperson, Jones 



W. W. Hand, Deatsville 
H. Minis, Clanton *5 
J. W. Mitchell, Maplesville 
J. L. Burnett, Marbury 
J. T. Adams, Maplesville 
H. F. Mullins, Clanton 

D. D. Cannon, Deatsville 

E. L. Thornton, Mountain Creek 



B. C. Brown, Mountain Creek 
D. W. Mills, Booth 
O. B. Barnes, Plantersville 
Riley Robinson, Verbena 

D. T. Robinson, Verbena 

E. Williams, Clanton *3 
J. T. York, Deatsville *1 
J. C. Abernathy, Verbena 
J. Z. Mims, Clanton *3 



104 



WASiliXGTU.N COUNTY ASSUClATlUN. 



CHURCHES 


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129 

13 


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4| 25 

7, 30. 

6! 48 


W. L. Richanlscjn, • 


Chalk Hill 


J. H. Blount, Krcnton 




M. L. Smith. Chatom 




24 
145 


1 1 


J.J. Ward, Cortelyou 




71 5li 6 


W. H. Elmore, KrankviUe 




771 5i 35| 

53 6 63' 


A. (). Blount. Bladen Spring 




11. Barker. Healing Springs 


Leroy 


65 
45 
7 
81 
50 
97 
31 
118 


7 76 -) 
91 55, 


E. S. Palmer. LeRoy 
J. B. Cater, Malcolm 










Rocky Ridge 








7 50 

8 28 


8 

1 


M. C. Pelham. St. Stephens 




G. M. Carpenter. Chatom 


Toiler Creek. __ 


6 15 

16 297 1 6 


H. P. Everett. Bigbee 

A. R. Turner, Vinegar Bend 






Totals, 1910 

Totals. 1909 


995 

(New 


88 771 

Assn.) 


26 





WEOGUFKA ASSOCIATION. 





102 

100 

152 

116 

47 

58 

88 

37 

52 


' 1 








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T. R. Lovett. 

































Mt Moriaht 


6 


40 




J. S. Ruff. Rockford 


Mountain Spring 












New Sitet -- -- 


51 


6 24 




Geo. Lowery, Weogufka 




39 
37 
101 
49 
78 
51 
66 
19 








Paint Creek 


7 


60 




T. J. Braiser. HQyer 


Pleasant Hill 






















Ed. Giles. Clan ton 




5 


85 




J. M. Glenn, Mountain Creek 


















90 








j. N. Miller, cfanton 












Totals. 1910 

Totals. 1909 


1333 
1283 


24 
18 


209 
295 







ZION ASSOCIATION. 



Adellum 

Andalusia 

Bedat 

Bethany 

Buck Creek 

Carolina 

Conecuh Rivert 

Fairmount 

Five Runs 

Florala 

Gantt 

Harmony 

Hopewell 

Laurel Hill 



104 


6 


497 


251 


74 


5 


197 


7 


23 


7: 


98 


7i 


72 


5, 


311 


7 


64 


5l 


260 


19; 


122 


61 


37 


5 


161 




114 


7 



40 1 W. E. Hare. Andalusia *3 

300 1 J. C. Hill, Andalusia 

80 I J. A. Hart. Ponds 

70 5t W. S. Jones. Andalusia 

45 I D. T. Caton. Red Level *2 

58 Elzy Walker. Andalusia *8 

15 H. Kinlaw. Andalusia 6 

62, 6 Jacob Johnston. Red Level 

35 W. N. Lindsey. Andalusia *4 

265 3 J. R. Shepherd, Florala 

62 14 C. D. Gunter. Gantt 

43 4 Sim Worley, Andalusia 

" "55I 2I E. "p." Webb ] "LaureVHifl i Fla" 

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Liberty Grove t- 

Lockhart 

Mobley Creek 

Mt. Pisgaht 

Oak Grove 

Opp 

Paxton 

Pigeon Creek 

Pleasant Grove f. 
Pleasant Hillf-- 
Pleasant Home.. 

Red Level 

River Falls 

Sanf ord 

Searight 

Shiloh 

Sweetwater 

Union Grove 

Zion 

Totals, 1910 
Totals, 1909 



126 

38 

106 

109' 

52] 

149 

103 

82 

103 

76 

112 

46 

101 

69 

33 

35 

35 

40 

75 



3624 
3781 



245 
227 



40 

160 

40 

47 



17 


204 


7 


103 


6 


55 


6 


43 


6 


40 


7 


31 


9 


75 


8 


103 


10 


108 


6 


47 


6 


32 


7 


52 



2345 
2091 



J. A. Eiland, Andalusia 
G. M. Brown, Lockhart 
J. H. Lunsford, Andalusia *7 
W. E. Clarke, Andalusia 



J. W. HoUoway, Opp 

J. W. Adams, Paxton, Fla. 

R. H. Harmon, Red Level, *2 

D. W. Findley, Red Level 1 

B. C. Hicks, Florala . 

S. P. Peacock, Andalusia *6 

J. M. Sims, Red Level 

H. Stanly, 

M. D. Causey, Sanf ord 
J. C. Moore, Searight 
J. T. Stephenson, Andalusia 
J. T. Duffel, Opp 



R. B. Merrill, Searight 



ALABAMA STATISTICS 

FROM THE 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTIO 
ANNUAL, 1911. 



Compiled by LANSING BURROWS 



ALABAMA. 



ASSOCIATIONS. 



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1 Alabama 

2 Antioch 

3 Arbacoochee* 

4 Bethel 

5 Bethlehem 

6 Bibb Co 

7 Big Bear Creeks. 

8 Bigbee 

9 Birmingham 

10 Blount Co 

11 Blue Creek 

12 Butler Co 

13 Cahaba 

14 Calhoun Co 

15 Carey 

16 Cedar Bluff 

17 Centennial 

18 Central 

19 Cherokee Co 

20 Chilton Co 

21 Clarke Co 

22 Clay Co. 

23 Clear Creek 

24 Cleburne 

25 Coffee Co 

26 Colbert 

27 Columbia 

28 Conecuh Co 

29 Coosa River 



108 
112 
164 

2121 

3i; 

638! 
169 

19 
148 
138! 
382; 
1661 

341 

12i 
2691 

62 

991 
153' 

73 i 
112 
108 
2051 
177j 
302 

60 
2381 



837 
1,121 

740 
2.481 
2.169 
2.866 
2,130 
1,277 
10,461 
2,447 

824 
3,217 
2,748 
5,669 
3,261 
1,029 

926 
4,621 
1,710 
2,396 
4,807 
1,785 
2.134 
2,042 
3,817 
1,607 
4,820 
1,950 
4,310 



434$ 
356: 



22 1,324 

12 569 

25 1,595 

9 444 

722' 
9,072 
1,638 

150 
1,242 
1,237 
2,570 
1,322 

677 

500 
2,734 
1,057 

910 
2,062 

783 

695 

938 
1,415 

982 
1,577 

842 
2.265 



11 
51 
22 

4 

20 
20 
29 
21 
16 

9 
34 
16 
18 
41 
14 
11 
16 
16 
11 
25 
16 
29 



6,300$ 

6,902' 

3,000.. 
27.600 
18.400 
23.5.50 

6,950 

31,500 

385,498: 

14,075 

4,300 
31,875 
52,. 500 
149,7,50 
29.300 

9.000 
22,110 
51.795 
13,500 
13,585 
49.600 

9,000 
13.8,50 
12,000 
22,500 
43,150 
79.350 
42,950; 
67,0.30' 



2,230 20$ 
2,143 77 



87 32$ 
285 95 



92 00$ 2,409 52 
125 99; 2,555 71 



4,187 90 
2.092 27 
6,296 96 
1.848 25 
5.374 41 

88,159 00 

2,716 91 

149 83 

5,957 60 

8. 65 25 

16,096 93 
3,975 44 
846 92 
74 SO 
7,140 71 
1,812 19 
2.109 53 
8,122 79 
1,244 34 
1.242 37 
1,998 58 
4,367 65 

10,395 71 

19,025 82 
4,524 72 
8.778 76 



1,198 00 

452 67 

619 24 

110 00 . 

1,089 29 

8,473 16 

287 73 

9 00 

821 79 

2,787 06 

2,708 87 

416 21 

179 34 

15 46 

1,366 05 

222 67 

143 46 

1.484 52 

160 62 

132 48 

117 04 

437 91 

419 07 

682 22 

1,133 08 

2,0W 08| 



549 09; 
750 36. 
397 U' 



843 10 

3,844 55 

145 37: 

12 13! 
596 42 1 

1,378 61 

2,094 73 

359 63' 

322 44 I 

13 55 
1,156 37 

242 52I 

157 79| 

708 32 

88 231 

49,60 

70 17 

549 53, 

301 71' 

768 34; 

717 96, 

1,265 17' 



5,935 89 

3,295 30 

7,313 31 

1,958 25 

7,303 80 

100,476 71 

3,150 01 

170 96 

7.375 81 

12.790 92 

20,990 53 

4,751 28 

l',348 70 

103 81 

9,6b3 13 

2,277 38 

2.470 83 

10,315 63 

1,493 24 

1,424 45 

2,1.S5 79 

5.355 09 

11.116 49 

20,476 38 

6.375 76 

12.109 01 



2] 



ALABAMA — Continued. 



ASSOCIATIONS. 



Sunday 
Schools. 




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Reported Contributions, 



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30 Crenshaw Co 

31 Cullman 

32 Dale Co 

33 DeKalbCo 

34 Elim.. 

35 Escambia 

36 Etowah 

37 Eufaula 

38 Geneva 

39 Gilliam Springs. 

40 Harmony G've.. 

41 Harris 

42 Judson 

43 Lauderdale 

44 Liberty Central' 

45 Liberty, East... 

46 Liberty, North.. 

47 Macedonia 

48 Marshall 

49 Mineral Springs. 

50 Mobile 

61 Montgomery 

62 Mt. Carmel 

63 Mud Creek 

54 Muscle Shoals... 

55 New River 

66 North River 

67 North St. Clairt 

68 Pine Barren 

69 Randolph Co... 

60 St. Clair 

61 Salem-Troy 

62 Sardis 

63 Selma.. 

64 Shady Grove 

65 Shelby Co 

66 Sipsey 

67 Southeasterm 

68 Sulphur Spgs... 

69 Tennessee River 

70 Tuscaloosa 

71 Tuskegee 

72 Union* 

73 Unity 

74 Washingtont 

75 Weogufka 

76 Yellow Creek... 

77 Zion 



72 

233 

152 

149 

8 

93 
172 

62 
100 
131 

47 

74 
101 

49 



229 
130 

25 
221 

88 
211 
144 

70 

79 
301 

49 
286 
142 

45 
133 

99 
ISO 

80 

28 
128 

80 

40 
3 

46 
247 
129 
132 



228 
51 
42 
57 

254 



1,556 
3,631 
2,905 
3,648 

623 
1,891 
3,412 
1,943 
2,496 
1,896 
1,269 
1,623 
2,640 
1,125 

582 
4,191 
2,640 

571 
3,605 

787 
3,551 
4,001 

857 
1,556 
4,123 
1,490 
3,174 
1,323 
1,472 
2,533 
2,156 
3,143 

957 
1,257 
1,319 
2,068 
1,450| 

399 
1,414 
2,631 
3,7711 
2,575 
2,977 
3,239 

995 
1,161 
1,793 
3,934 



12 790 $ 
23 1,1 
17 1,317 
261 1,510 

5] 216 

13 985 
21 2 082 
11 1,038 
10 958 



692 
700 
855 
925 
567 



34 2,440 
2l| 1,529 
50 

2,331 
366 

2,553 

3,036 
400 
485 

1,902 
765 

1,888 
891 
973 

1,356 
869 

1,355 
258 
651 
405 

1,176 
425 



656 
1,748 
2,416 
1,808 



2,185 
859 
125 
275 

2,247 



13,700 
21,350 
16,090 
14,650 

4,500 
29,875 
52,380 
54,000 
28,525 

7,500 

7,000 
41,950 
38,400 
23,900 

3,000 
48,750 
45,500 

3,500 
22,753 

5,950 
242,675 
163,450 

8,650 

9,000 
77,825 

9,050 
28,925 

8,000 
20,300; 
47,730 

9,925| 

72, 050 : 

4,600, 

93,350 

6,000' 

25,775' 

7,500, 

2,600 

6. 5001 

18,075! 

85,1001 

82, 400 I 



2,541 

3,831 

6,051 

479 

479 

4,846 

8,617 

7,842 

4,863 

872 

1,294 

8,753 

2,948 

16,240 



166 13 
368 10 
708 70 
358 59 
102 69 
562 24 
916 39 
1,322 20 
452 57 
65 66 
203 26 
790 18 
286 02 
487 95 



177 64 
229 02 
631 28 
363 00 
29 13 

425 80 

426 51 
1,393 98 

310 66 
47 74 
64 68 
652 01 
186 35 
114 87 



2.885 03 
4,428 53 
7,391 82 
1,208 59 
610 98 
5,835 02 
9,960 46 

10,568 97 

5.626 73 

9S5 47 

1,562 66 

10,195 69 
3,421 29 

16,842 97 



79 

7,185 

23 

7,235 

774 

130,703 

23,516 

337 

581 

15,216 

1,598 

6,418 

1,437 

4,798 

48 

1,284 

11,096 

373 

12 245 

660 

8,368 

684 

23 

450 

4,062 

12,342 

9,254 



069 10 
038 85 

60 40 
346 97 

32 90 
218 73 
766 27 

12 31 

56 17 
320 69 
161 63 
687 25 
280 93 
026 22 
285 16 
118 78 
073 12 

53 30 
174 30 
102 46 
028 45 
132 02 

17 04 

38 55 
709 40 
878 46 
052 12 



1,352 26 
352 82 



223 10 
5 

3,049 60 
1,587 30 

13 80 

14 25 
845 77 
598 96 
300 47 
126 08 
483 84 

1,091 86 

61 78 

881 28 

63 29 

1,583 70 

75 90 

641 00 

93 85 



31 18 

462 12 

737 32 

1,253 19 



3,500 81 

8,576 69 

S3 95 

7,805 71 

812 65 

137,972 10 

29,870 30 

363 33 

652 36 

17,427 91 

2,358 69 

6,406 34 

1,844 38 

6,309 03 

2,425 93 

1,464 63 

13,051 15 

490 27 

17,003 00 

838 52 

10,038 27 

910 03 

40 04 

620 43 

6,234 16 

17,958 49 

12,560 14 



29,050 
14,950 
5,600 
17,500' 
71,700 



5,599 43 

2,591 92 

21 25 

472 80 

8,162 73 



780 49 
685 71 



106 06 
960 73 



816 42 

255 49 

6 75 

9 63 

599 64 



7,196 34 

3,533 12 

28 00 

688 49 

9.723 10 



Total 2002 9,706 184,386 1204 92,739 $2,877,233 8567,975 98 $68,060 54 $40,269 74 $676,306 26 



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THE 

Baptist Collegiate 
Institute 

NEWTON, ALA. 

A Training School for Boys and 

Girls, Young Men and 

Young Women 

14th Session Opens September 7th, 1911 

Literary, Teacher-training, Piano, Voice, Violin 
and Expression. 

High and healthful town; moral and religious in- 
fluences the very best. 

Ten well equipped teachers whose hearts are in the work. 
The teachers, the students and the people of the town work in 
perfect harmony to push forward the work of education for high- 
er morals, more efficient workers and men of character. 

This school offers a good practical education and prepares 
its students for college. It is intended especially to help the poor 
boys and girls who are ambitious to KNOW something, to BE 
something and to DO something in life. 

Hundreds bear evidence to its success, and its doors are 
still open to all who believe in hard work, economy and purity in 
life. Write for catalogue. 

A. W. TATE, Principal, 

Newton, Ala. 



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Howard College 

Birmingham, Alabama 

I ^The Baptist State College for Young 

I Men. 

I ^Graduates of Howard College lead 
in professional and business life; they 
hold high places in Harvard, Cornell, Co- 
lumbia, and other great American uni- 
versities. 

^In standard equal to the best in Ala- 
bama ; in work done among the first ; in 
purpose a training school for mind, body 
and spirit. 

^The educational home for Baptist 
boys and for all others who desire equip- 
ment for life. 

^[Write us about your boy. We will 
do our best for him. 



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M A. p. MONTAGUE, President 







Judson College 

For Young Ladies 



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^ Offers superior instructions in all 
College courses. 

^ Especially fine advantages in Music 
(including pipe organ), Art and Elocution. 

^ Splendid Athletic Equipment, and a 
remarkably healthy location. 

^ Many extensive and expensive im= 
provements have been made during the 
past year and are nov^ in use, including 
a new $30,000 Carnegie Library. 

^ The seventy-fourth annual session be- 
gins September 21, 1911. 



WRITE AT ONCE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE TO 

ROBERT G. PATRICK 

PRESIDENT 

MARION, ALABAMA 



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